Glass Entertainment Group (GEG) is expanding its podcast slate, which will be developed for television adaptations.
There will be a second season of the successful Confronting series, with Confronting: Columbine. The podcast is hosted by Nancy Glass, founder of GEG, and Amy Over, a Columbine survivor who is still living with its aftermath and raising her own children in its shadow.
GEG will also address one woman’s worst nightmare as she learns of her husband’s double identity in Betrayal, first with the realization that her husband was under arrest for sexually assaulting one of his high school students and then uncovering a dark pattern of over 60 extramarital, often sordid, affairs.
Additionally, GEG will tackle the 50th anniversary of the gruesome The List Murders of Westville, New Jersey, where an affluent family was brutally murdered and the murderer is revealed to be a member of the family, the father, John List.
Nancy Glass, Carrie Hartman, Ben Fetterman and Andrea Gunning will serve as executive producers for GEG across all projects.