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  1. 'Astronaut Wives Club's' Stephanie Savage on the Challenges of Going Period, "Coming of Age at Any Age"

    7:44 am 6/18/2015

    "Back then they really were representing America to the world," writer and EP Stephanie Savage tells THR.Read more

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  2. 'The Astronaut Wives Club': TV Review

    8:00 am 6/12/2015

    The story of the "Mercury Seven" astronauts hits the small screen (on ABC), told from their spouses' points of view.Read more

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  3. Universal Options 'If I Stay' Author Gayle Forman's Latest YA Novels (Exclusive)

    3:44 pm 11/13/2014

    Fake Empire heads Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage are onboard to produceRead more

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  4. MTV Picks Up Documentary by Rock Concert Crasher Turned Filmmaker

    6:31 pm 7/28/2014

    Fake Empire is producing "No Cameras Allowed," which MTV plans to give a limited theatrical run and a future airdate on its channel.Read more

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  5. Josh Schwartz, Stephanie Savage Ink First-Look Pact With Universal Pictures

    12:05 pm 6/5/2014

    The pair's Fake Empire banner produced "Endless Love" and the upcoming "Monster High" for the studio.Read more

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  6. Universal Dates 'Monster High,' Unnamed R-Rated Comedy

    10:40 am 5/22/2014

    "Monster High," based on the Mattel property, will get an October 2016 release.Read more

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  7. Stephanie Savage's 'Astronaut Wives Club' Gets Series Order at ABC

    3:00 pm 2/5/2014

    The network will air the 10-episode drama in the summer, where it will join the second season of soap "Mistresses."Read more

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  8. ABC Orders Dramas From Tom Donaghy, Chris Keyser, Richard LaGravanese, Stephanie Savage

    6:56 pm 1/24/2014

    The four pickups bring the network's drama pilot orders to 11, plus two straight-to-series orders for 2014-15.Read more

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  9. Josh Schwartz, Stephanie Savage's Fake Empire Moving To ABC Studios In 3-Year Deal

    1:27 pm 1/16/2013

    The pair, which currently has six projects in development, is finalizing a lucrative three-year deal to move their TV banner from Warner Bros. TV to ABC Studios.Read more

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