Bryan Cranston Will Pen "Sneaky Pete" Drama, About a Con Man Escaping His Past, for CBS

News   Bryan Cranston Will Pen "Sneaky Pete" Drama, About a Con Man Escaping His Past, for CBS
 
CBS has given a production commitment to "Sneaky Pete," a drama written and executive-produced Bryan Cranston and David Shore.

According to Deadline.com, the project is from Sony Pictures TV, where Cranston has a first-look deal and Shore is under an overall pact.

"Sneaky Pete" centers on a con man in his thirties who, after leaving prison, assumes the identity of a cellmate to escape his darker past.

James Degus of Cranston's Moon Shot Entertainment will also executive produce; Erin Gunn of Shore's Shore Z will co-executive produce.

Cranston is a Tony Award winner for his performance in All The Way.

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