TV Series 'Psychedelic City' Being Developed About LA's Growing Passion For Tripping

has always been a trippy place, ensconced as it is in the entertainment industry where nothing is real and everything is permitted. And now a TV series called “Psychedelic City” is set to showcase how the City of Angels really rolls.

Riding the wave of popularity enjoyed by psychedelic-inspired shows like Duncan Trussell's “The Midnight Gospel” and "Nine Perfect Strangers," an episodic hit created by Hulu and starring Nicole Kidman and Melissa McCarthy, the new TV series in the works, spawned by a “ Magazine,” cover story will look at the growing use of psychedelics across L.A.   

Rights to the story, written by Peter Kiefer, were acquired by producer Scott Steindorff of Stone Village Productions with plans to create the TV series called “Psychedelic City,” says The Hollywood Reporter, along with designs for a metaverse platform slated to focus on crypto, digital and immersive art, music …

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