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Former Dexter star Jennifer Carpenter is teaming with Sara Colleton to adapt former Los Angeles Times writer Erika Hayasaki’s book Death Class: A True Story About Life for NBC, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Carpenter, who starred as Debra Morgan for eight seasons of the Showtime drama, optioned the book, with producer George Stelzner, in April. NBC and Universal Television have boarded the drama, with Colleton also signing on to the project. A search is underway for a writer.

Death Class centers on nurse Norma Bowe, who, when she decides to teach a class on death at a college in New Jersey, never expected it to be popular. But year after year students crowd into her classroom and the reason is clear: Norma’s “death class” is really about how to make the most of what poet Mary Oliver famously called our “one wild and precious life.”

Carpenter is not attached to star but will exec produce alongside Colleton, who served in the same capacity on the Michael C. Hall serial killer drama. Carpenter most recently signed on to star in USA Network’s drama pilot Stanistan. Former Hallmark Entertainment exec Stelzner oversees West Egg Studios, a banner that focuses on literary adaptations.

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Because I’m a fail, I’ve only just found this video now – after almost two months! This is from when Jennifer was honored at The Stage-Setter Breakfast in Louisville, on 4 August.




Jennifer Carpenter is returning to cable.

The Dexter alum has landed the leading role in USA Network’s Middle East drama Stanistan, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

The drama, picked up to pilot in May, follows the staff at the American compound in the Middle Eastern country of Stanistan, where State Department workers, covert CIA officers and journalists strike a delicate balance of danger and levity.

The drama hails from Universal Cable Productions. Andy Parker is writing the pilot and will serve as supervising producer. Richard Scarth, Mary Louise Vitelli and Maureen Ryan (Project Nim) co-executive produce. Steve Scheffer is on board as an EP.

Carpenter will topline the drama as public affairs officer Marcie Post. The character is described as hyper-alert and always five steps ahead of the people around her. Stationed at the U.S. Embassy in Stanistan for the past four months, Marcie is the press officer for the State Department, and paid to put the most positive spin on news from the region.

The role marks Carpenter’s return to cable after she starred in ABC’s drama pilot Sea of Fire, which was passed over in May. The actress rose to fame on Showtime’s Dexter, where she played Detective Debra Morgan for eight seasons. Dexter ended its run a year ago. Repped by WME, Untitled and Jackoway Tyerman, Carpenter’s credits include Quarantine and The Exorcism of Emily Rose.




Walden Theatre alumna Jennifer Carpenter will be honored Monday (today) at The Stage-Setter Breakfast in Louisville. Carpenter is best known for playing Debra Morgan on the Showtime drama series “Dexter” (2006-2013) and for her title role in the 2005 film “The Exorcism of Emily Rose.”

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