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Carrie Underwood song turned into TV show

Carrie Underwood song turned into TV show

CARRIE UNDERWOOD: Her song has inspired a TV miniseries. Photo: Associated Press

Country star Carrie Underwood’s hit song “Two Black Cadillacs” is set to be developed into a TV series.

The singer has teamed up with veteran Hollywood producer Jerry Bruckheimer to executive produce a six-hour limited event series based on her 2012 best-selling single.

Written by Underwood, Hillary Lindsey and Josh Kear, “Two Black Cadillacs” chronicles the story of a wife and a mistress who realize they are involved with the same man and plot together to kill him.

A release date for the new TV series has yet to be revealed.

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