The most corrupt FBI Director in AMERICAN history has now landed a TV mini series with CBS based on his Trump memoirs.
The following is from The Hollywood Reporter:
CBS Television Studios is assembling a powerhouse cast for a miniseries based on former FBI director James Comey’s memoir A Higher Loyalty.
Jeff Daniels has signed on to play Comey in the production, and Brendan Gleeson will also star as President Donald Trump.
Published in April 2018, A Higher Loyalty was an instant best-seller, moving more than 600,000 copies in its first week. The book covers Comey’s 2013-17 tenure as FBI director, his role in the 2016 election — both in the investigation of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was secretary of state and in Russian interference with the election — and his relationship with Trump, who fired Comey in May 2017.
Billy Ray (Shattered Glass, Captain Phillips) adapted the book and will direct the miniseries, which is scheduled to go into production in November. A premiere date hasn’t been set; CBS executives also have yet to decide whether the project will air on Showtime, CBS All Access or potentially both.
This is laughable and yet another example of the two tiered Justice system in America.
You can read more on the mini series at The Hollywood Reporter.