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Carrie Underwood’s “Two Black Cadillacs” Will Be Made into a TV Show

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Nope, you read that correctly. Country superstar Carrie Underwood’s “Two Black Cadillacs” will be made into a TV show, or an “event series” rather, on Fox. Probably because Ms. Underwood did so well during the live musical version of The Sound of Music

Carrie Underwood’s “Two Black Cadillacs” Will Be Made into a TV Show

Carrie Underwood’s “Two Black Cadillacs” Will Be Made into a TV Show

If you think about it, “Two Black Cadillacs” is an odd choice for a Carrie Underwood song-turned-movie. Compared to some of her other hits, “Two Black Cadillacs” wasn’t that successful, and, to be honest, it isn’t very pleasant to listen to either. (Listen below.) We’d much rather see “Before He Cheats” turned into a TV show (although we admittedly wouldn’t watch that one either, but we’d be less unwilling to tune in).


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The show will be produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, along with Underwood, and written by Ildy Modrovich. As an “event series,” the show will be positioned as a six-hour one season series (aka a miniseries with a cooler name).

Carrie Underwood’s “Two Black Cadillacs” Will Be Made into a TV Show

A clip from “Two Black Cadillacs”

The song—in case you can’t be bothered to put yourself through that torment—follows the bloody fate of a man who is found out by both his wife and his mistress after years of philandering. The two black Cadillacs in the song represent the two “mourning” murderesses who bring justice to the cheating man much more satisfyingly than Dr. Phil ever could. The TV show will likely follow a similar story: women banding together to take down their unfaithful lover, a la John Tucker Must Die, only for real.

Carrie Underwood’s “Two Black Cadillacs” Will Be Made into a TV Show

Die, John Tucker-esque character! Die!

And they’ll probably do it in black Cadillacs. Black ones.

Check out “Two Black Cadillacs” below:

On the bright side, at least Fox didn’t attempt to touch “Jesus, Take the Wheel,” probably because Jim Caviezel wasn’t available to accept the role.


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