Cindy Crawford creating 'modeling wars' TV series
Supermodel Cindy Crawford is producing a television series inspired by the wars between top modeling agencies in the 1980s
Supermodel Cindy Crawford is producing a television series inspired by the wars between top modeling agencies in the 1980s, the US magazine Variety reported.
The show "Icon" will chronicle the battles between the Ford Modeling Agency and Elite Model Management.
Crawford, 49, won't star in the series, despite having become one of the most sought after models in her 1980s and 1990s heyday.
Variety reported the show is in its early stages of development and Crawford is a producer for it.
"Icon" is expected to be shown on NBC but an air date has yet to be set.
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