EXCLUSIVE: Sony Pictures Television is developing Invisible women, a black comedy focused on women based on the novel by Jeanne Ray Appeal to invisible women, with seasoned screenwriter and showrunner Randi Mayem Singer (Mrs. Doubtfire) set to write the driver.
In Invisible women, a woman “of a certain age” wakes up one day to find herself literally invisible and quickly realizes that she is not alone.
“I love the idea of invisibility as a metaphor for when women are no longer ‘seen’ like we were in youth,” Singer said. “The fun comes from making invisibility a superpower as well as an identity crisis.”
Singer is partnering on the project with Kay Cannon and Laverne McKinnon of K&L Productions and Alex Hertzberg, who will be executive producer.
Singer is known for writing Robin Williams’ blockbuster Mrs. Doubtfire. She created the drama series Jack and Jill, which aired for two seasons on the former WB network, and was recently co-executive producer on Spectrum’s Crazy of you the comeback.
Singer is replaced by A3 Artists Agency, Atlas Literary and Del Shaw Moonves Tanaka Finkelstein & Lezcano. Ray is replaced by ICM Partners. K&L Productions is replaced by WME.