Story of Nxivm ‘sex cult’ could become a TV series

Story of Nxivm ‘sex cult’ could become a TV series

The story of the Nxivm sex cult — which allegedly branded women and forced them into slavery — may be coming to a TV near you.

The production company Annapurna Television, which has produced series for Hulu and HBO, has gained rights to a 2017 New York Times exposé on the cult called “Inside a Secretive Group Where Women Are Branded,” according to the Hollywood Reporter.

The company would like to adapt the report for a one-hour, fictionalized, scripted series, the Reporter said.

“Smallville” TV actress Allison Mack has been accused of being one of the cult’s leaders and charged with sex-trafficking. She was released on bond from Brooklyn federal courton Tuesday.

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