TNT Orders Nail Salon Dramedy Pilot "Claws" from Warner Horizon Television and TNT Original Productions
(March 23, 2016 – Los Angeles, CA) – TNT has ordered a pilot for “Claws,” an hour-long scripted dramedy set in a Southern Florida nail salon. Executive-produced by Le Train Train’s Rashida Jones and Will McCormack (“Toy Story 4,” “Celeste and Jesse Forever,” “A to Z”), “Claws” is from Le Train Train in association with Warner Horizon Television and TNT Original Productions, and is written by co-executive producer Eliot Laurence (“Welcome to Me”).
“Claws” is a midnight-dark, wickedly funny meditation on female badness which follows the rise of five diverse and treacherous Florida manicurists in the traditionally male world of organized crime. We will soon find out there is a lot more going on at the Nail Artisan of Manatee County salon than silk wraps and pedicures.
“Claws” marks Jones' second project for Turner this year. She can currently be seen on TNT's sister network TBS in the new cop show parody “Angie Tribeca,” in which she plays the title role and serves as producer.
About Warner Horizon Television:
Warner Horizon Television (WHTV) is one of the entertainment industry’s leading producers of scripted series for the cable and on-demand marketplace, and primetime reality series for both network and cable. A division of the Warner Bros. Television Group, WHTV was founded in 2006. Its current scripted programs are “Rizzoli & Isles” and the forthcoming “Animal Kingdom” for TNT, the upcoming “People of Earth” for TBS, “Pretty Little Liars” for Freeform, “Longmire” and “Fuller House” for Netflix, and “Queen Sugar” for OWN. WHTV’s unscripted series are “The Voice” and “Little Big Shots” for NBC, as well as “The Bachelor” franchise – which also includes “The Bachelorette” and “Bachelor in Paradise” – and “500 Questions” for ABC, among others.
TNT is one of cable's top-rated networks. Seen across multiple platforms in 94 million households, TNT is home to such original drama series as “The Last Ship,” “The Librarians,” “Major Crimes,” “Murder in the First,” “Rizzoli & Isles” and the upcoming “Animal Kingdom,” “Good Behavior” and “The Alienist,” along with a new horror block featuring “Tales from the Crypt.” TNT is also the cable home to popular dramas like “Castle,” “Bones,” “Supernatural” and “Grimm”; primetime specials, such as the “Screen Actors Guild Awards,” the “Live Nation Music Awards” and the “iHeartRadio Music Awards”; and championship sports coverage, including the NBA and the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship.
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