The memoir about binge drinking, hazing and cocaine use at a Dartmouth College fraternity might become a movie.
Confessions of an Ivy League Frat Boy, by Andrew Lohse, details a life as a brother of Sigma Alpha Epsilon at Dartmouth. Lohse became nationally-known when he went public in 2012 about alleged hazing and drug use taking place in his SAE chapter, following it up in 2014 with a memoir about his experience.
The Abrams Artist Agency, which represents Lohse, announced on Friday that Marty Adelstein of Tomorrow ITV Studios had acquired the film and television rights to Confessions of an Ivy League Frat Boy, and it would likely be adapted for screen soon.
Deadline first reported the deal.
Tomorrow ITV Studios is relatively new, and is a scripted studio under the umbrella of ITV Studios US Group, according to Deadline. Its first major project was about the Charles Manson murders, "Aquarius," starring David Duchovny, and aired this summer on NBC. "Hell's Kitchen," "#RichKids Of Beverly Hills" and "Barmageddon" are among ITV Studios' reality TV programs.