Jerry Bruckheimer and Warner Horizon Television are teaming up to bring the drama "Harvest" to Spike TV, Variety reports.
The series will be the cable channel's first scripted deal with a major studio. Spikes hopes to draw in a wider viewership with the project, which follows a cemetery caretaker forced to participate in an illegal market for human tissue with his criminal father so that he can protect his daughter.
Ian Sobel and Matt Morgan penned "Harvest." Bruckheimer and Jonathan Littman are attached as executive producers, with KristieAnne Reed set to co-executive produce.
Spike TV has other scripted projects in the works, including "Tut," which will arrive sometime this summer. "The Crusaders," "Deep Web," "Red Mars," "Emergency Broadcast" and "War at the Shore" are among the other scripted projects recently optioned.