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The Feminist Karate Union Story To Be Adapted As TV Series By Alloy Entertainment

The Feminist Karate Union Story To Be Adapted As TV Series By Alloy Entertainment

Exclusive: In a competitive situation, Alloy Entertainment has secured the rights to How Ted Bundy’s Killing Spree Launched a Legion of Feminist Karate Masters, a story about The Feminist Karate Union by Ivana Rihter, which was published on the Narratively media platform in October 2020. Alloy Entertainment president and CEO Leslie Morgenstein and EVP of Television Gina Girolamo will shepherd the development of the the IP into a TV series.

The article follows the creation of The Feminist Karate Union. Founded in Seattle in 1971, the group took off in what they called “the Bundy Bump,” after Ted Bundy’s killing spree in the area. Women urgently looking to find a safe space to learn self-defense techniques flocked to the dojo, kindling a revolution in the previously male-dominated karate space. In the decades that followed, the organization would develop into a diverse, intergenerational community of women who all found strength, solace,

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