An Ashley Madison TV Show Could Become a Reality

Of course, they’re making a TV show. 

After Ashley Madison was hacked, revealing the identity of over 30 million users — including Josh Duggar, RHONY star Kristen Taekman’s husband Josh Taekman, and reportedly even Snooki’s husband, Jionni LaValle — it comes to no surprise that a TV show based on the notorious cheating website is already in the works.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the production company Marblemedia is working on bringing the prospective project — a scripted drama tentatively tiled Thank You Ashley Madison — to the small screen.

There are a lot of TV shows doing a great job of presenting marriage storylines in new ways, but what we’re positing here is, what if there is a third lane to run in and what if you were honest about it? What if you didn’t need a hack to have this conversation? Maybe this is where your life just is, and no shows on television are offering that.

They are still in the early stages of developing a scripted series, but if all goes well, this is really happening. So just when all the cheaters who were exposed thought their drama was over, it actually isn’t. They can no re-watch their lives crumbling all over again.