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Salma Hayek Is Setting Up A Medical-School Drama at Fox

December 5, 2006 (9:52 am) GMT
Salma Hayek is expanding further into television, setting up a medical-school drama at Fox, reports Variety.

First it was "Ugly Betty". And now wants to do another for Fox. And so the actress is working on a medical-school drama for 20th Century Fox Television.

The project reportedly will follow the personal and professional lives of students at an Ivy League med school. The drama will begin their first day on campus.

Working on the drama with Hayek is Joe Sachs who's been tapped to write and executive produce. Meanwhile, Hayek and partner Jose Tamez will executive produce via their Ventanarosa.

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