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“Vida’s” Tanya Saracho Working on a New Show at Starz

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It’s been nearly two years since “Vida” took its final bow at Starz, and now there’s word that the network and series creator Tanya Saracho are joining forces on a new project. According to Deadline, Saracho is developing half-hour drama “Lovesong,” the story of two Mexican-American friends living in London who are both drawn to the same singer-songwriter.

“A love story born out of betrayal and paid for with the cost of friendship,” the source describes “Lovesong.” “Steeped in the East London music scene, the series embarks on a cinematic contemplation of love, sex, identity, purpose, and the price of happiness.”

Under her deal with UCP, Saracho will exec produce

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