Film & Television Packaging
Lively McCabe works closely with many of the world's largest music publishers and Hollywood's top writers, agencies, studios and distributors to package and develop new stories for film and television.
Select projects in development include:
Drama series from writers Tanner Bean and Katrina Mathewson, and developed in partnership with Echosmith.
Inspired by the hit song “Cool Kids” this YA drama set in an elite performing arts high school brings together four unlikely students, bound together by their desire to not be singled out for their unique differences.
Each episode will feature music written and performed by the platinum selling band.
Hey There Delilah
TV Movie from writer Jeremy Desmon based on the hit song by Plain White Ts. Produced in partnership with Primary Wave and Tom Higgenson from Plain White Ts.
Musical romantic comedy which finally tells the complete tale of the title character and her long-distance musician flame who got away - or did he? Features a musical score of the greatest pop hits from the past twenty years.
ENDLESS SUMMER NIGHTS
Drama Series from writer Rachel Koller and developed in partnership with Richard Marx, inspired by his hit song.
Set in 1990s Malibu this soapy drama follows several families across multiple generations as they plot, lust after, and perhaps even kill their way up the social hierarchy in this elite beachfront community.
Hot Country Knights
Comedy series featuring Dierks Bentley and developed in partnership with Dierks Bentley and Shoot the Gap Films.
Mocu-series following the struggling 1990s Country Cover Band “The Hot Country Knights”, who suddenly find themselves on tour opening for a major country music star. It’s “This is Spinal Tap” meets “Curbed Your Enthusiasm” featuring Dierks Bentley and a calvacade of country music’s top stars.
Untitled FGL 4th of July Comedy
Lively McCabe is working with Brian Kelley's CuzBro Productions on development of a Country comedy feature film in partnership with Country Music Duo Florida Georgia Line.