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Red Arrow Studios International has partnered with Seven Stories and Atalaya Productions to develop Harvey Girls, described as a fresh, irreverent female-led series based on the historical phenomenon of the Harvey Girls in early 1900s America.

RedArrow 11Dec2109Harvey Houses was a chain of high-class hotels and restaurants for travellers along the Santa Fe Railroad, engineered by British-born Fred Harvey. Set across the 1920s and 1930s, the drama follows the women who worked and lived full time in these establishments - drawn by the opportunity to escape and earn good pay.

Seven Stories’ Sharon Maguire, Anand Tucker and Colleen Woodcock will executive produce for Seven Stories, alongside Giovanni Orlando for Atalaya Productions, and Carlo Dusi for Red Arrow Studios International.

“It’s fantastic to be working with Seven Stories, Atalaya, and the hugely talented Liz Lake on Harvey Girls – a show that explores a little-known slice of US history while still managing to feel timely,” said Carlo Dusi, EVP commercial strategy, scripted at Red Arrow Studios International. “It’s exactly the sort of bold and ambitious drama we like to support at Red Arrow and we are looking forward to working with this best-in-class talent to create a compelling, globally-appealing series.”

Colleen Woodcock, creative director, Seven Stories added: “We're delighted to be partnering with Red Arrow and Atalaya on this irresistible story of complex, bold young women remaking their destinies, and very privileged to be working with Liz Lake, who deftly blends the darker elements of their stories with a fresh sense of