Michael Douglas and Glenn Close’s classic thriller Fatal Attraction is set to be adapted for the small screen.

The 1987 film, about an illicit affair which turns into a stalking nightmare, is being turned into a series by former Mad Men executive producers Maria and Andre Jacquemetton, who will also write the reboot.

Further details about the TV drama have yet to be released, but it is expected to follow the general plot of the Adrian Lyne movie, reports Deadline.com.

It is not yet known if the TV version of Fatal Attraction will recreate the infamous “bunny boiling” scene, which featured Close’s character killing a pet rabbit belonging to her ex-lover’s daughter and leaving it to boil on the family’s stove.

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