So, this could be interesting …

According to New York Times media reporter Sydney Ember, “Shattered,” the less-than-flattering portrait of Hillary Clinton’s doomed presidential campaign, has been optioned for a limited series:

More from the New York Times:

“Shattered,” by the journalists Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes, has been optioned by TriStar Television, a division of Sony Pictures Television, and Davis Entertainment for a limited series. The deal was confirmed by Bridget Matzie, a literary agent for the authors. A network is not yet attached to the project.

In a post on Medium, Christina Reynolds, a deputy communications director for Mrs. Clinton’s campaign, expressed dissatisfaction with the book’s portrait of the campaign.

“It’s hard to read a depiction of the campaign that paints a dedicated, cohesive team as mercenaries with questionable motives who lacked a loyalty to a candidate described as ‘imperial’ and removed from the campaign,” Ms. Reynolds wrote.

If this proposed series indeed becomes a reality, Hillary’s former campaign staffers could really have their work cut out for them. Assuming it’s an accurate portrayal of the dumpster fire that was Hillary Clinton’s presidential run.

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