The CW is looking to add another comic book title to its television line-up.
According to Deadline, The CW has acquired the rights to the dramedy Super Clean, based on the forthcoming graphic novel. The series, which was officially put into development, will be run by Glow executive producer Sascha Rothchild. Heath Amodio and Cullen Bunn are the creators of the comic SuperCLEAN.
Super Clean will explore the ever-popular superhero genre from a human perspective. The series will center around a character named Becky Masters, an uber-organized and brilliant human, as well as her "ragtag team of non-powered cohorts" as they try and navigate a life full of danger and drama all while cleaning up after superheroes and villains. However, as if that isn't enough, Becky will also need to prove her boyfriend, who just so happens to be a superhero, is "innocent of a dastardly crime."
While little information is currently available regarding Super Clean, one of the book's writers, Heath Amodio, recently shared some of the artwork for the forthcoming title, as well as a sneak peek at the title treatment.
Rothchild will executive produce the series along with John Baldecchi, Doug Berry and Heath Amodio, while Cullen Bunn will serve as a producer on the project.
While Super Clean is still in the early stages of development, Rothchild is currently busy serving as a co-executive producer on the third season of Netflix's Glow, which is expected to return in 2020. As for Super Clean, this will mark a return to The CW for Rothchild, as she previously worked on the second season of The Carrie Diaries.