The 'American Idol' alumna and Jerry Bruckheimer are teaming up to executive produce a miniseries about a love triangle in the South based on her song.
Carrie Underwood's song "Two Black Cadillacs" is becoming a TV show. A six-hour limited event series based on the country music star's hit is being developed at FOX with Jerry Bruckheimer and Underwood as executive producers.
Ildy Modrovich is tapped to write the script of the miniseries, which "explores a murderous love triangle in the modern South." The song was written by Underwood, Hillary Lindsey and Josh Kear, and tells the story of a wife and a mistress who realize they are involved with the same guy and plot to kill him.
Modrovich and Jonathan Littman will also serve as executive producers with Kristie Anne Reed co-executive producing. No premiere date is set just yet for the miniseries.
Underwood, who rose to fame after winning season 5 of "American Idol", recently starred in NBC's hugely successful "The Sound of Music Live!".