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Fox Buys Soapy Legal Drama ‘Incrimination’ from ‘Mistresses’ Producers

“Mistresses” producers Rina Mimoun and Justin Lo have sold a soapy drama titled “Incrimination” to FoxVariety has learned.

“Incrimination” revolves around Sienna, a young woman with narcissistic personality disorder who infiltrates a law firm in order to find the truth behind her sister’s murder. While working for the firm, Sienna takes the law into her own hands, making sure that if the justice system doesn’t work, she will find a way.

Lo will write the project, while Mimoun will serve as showrunner and exec producer.

“Incrimination” hails from ABC Studios where Mimoun is under an overall deal and is the showrunner on “Mistresses,” which was renewed for a fourth season on ABC. She also recently sold another drama pitch to ABC for a project called “Indivisible” that explores the contemporary experience of immigrants in America.

Lo, a “Parenthood” writer alum, comes from ABC’s diversity program. He’s worked as on all seasons of “Mistresses,” on which he’s currently a producer. He is repped by the Rothman Brecher Agency, Art/Work Entertainment and Loeb & Loeb.

Mimoun’s other credits include “Hart of Dixie,” “Once Upon A Time in Wonderland” and “Everwood.” She is repped by UTA and Felker Toczek.

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