Marti Noxon
Marti Noxon will return to AMC for her upcoming series, “Dietland.” Pictured: Noxon speaks onstage at during the AMC portion of the 2017 Summer Television Critics Association Press Tour at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on July 29, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California. Getty Images/Frederick M. Brown

“To the Bone” creator Marti Noxon will soon be working with AMC for her upcoming TV adaptation of “Dietland.”

According to The Hollywood Reporter, AMC gave “Dietland” a straight to series order and will release 10 episodes of the upcoming drama. In October, AMC was one of the networks who participated in a bidding war to release Noxon’s project. As of late, no actors have been cast for “Dietland” and the production for the series will kick off sometime next year.

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“Dietland” is a coming of age story and part revenge fantasy that is adapted from Sarai W’s novel to the silver screen. The series will center on the beauty industry and will explore how society has become obsessed with weight loss and such in the real world. Noxon will serve as scriptwriter, executive producer and showrunner for “Dietland.”

After finalizing a deal with AMC, network president Charlie Collier released a statement expressing his excitement over the series. “Day in and day out, we work to refine our search for unique voices and never-before-seen worlds. It is in that context that we proudly bring Marti Noxon back to AMC for the first time since her work in ‘Mad Men,’ now as executive producer, writer and showrunner of ‘Dietland,’” he said.

Meanwhile, Noxon was also involved in the Netflix movie, “To the Bone.” The original project centered on the life of a young girl named Ellen (Lily Collins), who was suffering from anorexia. After years and years of failing to improve her eating habits, Ellen meets with Dr. William Beckham (Keanu Reeves), and he inspires her to live a better and more meaningful life.

Earlier this year, Noxon explained her decision to tell such a personal story in her directorial debut. While speaking with IndieWire, Noxon said, “There are sort of two parts. The first part is knowing that you have a story that you could tell, but not knowing how to tell it. That went on for a long time: telling various tales from my experience being anorexic and bulimic and having people say, ‘You’ve got to write this, you are a writer.’”