Fox Developing ‘Zoobiquity’ Drama Series with ‘Bones’ Vets

Fox is looking to the animal kingdom for high drama, cutting a deal to adapt the best-selling nonfiction book “Zoobiquity” into a series.

“Bones” alum Stephen Nathan and Jon Collier are penning the adaptation of the 2012 book about the links between animals and human health issues by cardiologist Barbara Natterson-Horowitz and health writer Kathryn Bowers. That foursome will exec produce, with Spencer Medof also on board as EP.

The 20th Century Fox TV series will revolve around a dynamic group of doctors helping to treat patients by searching for correlations in the animal world. Project has a script-plus-penalty order from the network.

Nathan and Collier at present are exec producers on the tenth season of Fox’s “Bones.”

Nathan, Medof, Natterson-Horowitz and Bowers are repped by WME. Collier is with UTA.

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