Remember how awesome Carrie Underwood's 'Two Black Cadillacs' music video was? The dramatic and fierce song, combined with a visual narrative that's unforgettable, is now being turned into a television event series.

According to Deadline, Fox is developing a six-hour limited event series based on the hit song, and Underwood will play a big role in its making as executive producer. The country superstar will work alongside Jerry Bruckheimer, and the project is currently in development. Ildy Modrovich ('Necessary Roughness') wrote the show, centering on a murderous love triangle, set in the modern South. The producers put it in witty terms: "Hell hath no fury like two women scorned."

An event series usually just plays for one season, but Underwood's show could renewed or extended based on audience response.

It's no surprise that the massive hit song -- penned by Underwood, Hillary Lindsey and Josh Kear -- has found a place on Fox. The music video felt like just a tease, and now, fans can enjoy six hours of drama based on the song.

'Two Black Cadillacs' hails from the 2012 album 'Blown Away,' which reached Platinum status. The plot of the story follows a wife and a mistress who realize they are both involved with the same man. So, in revenge, they conspire to murder him. However, in the music video, the end is open to interpretation -- did Underwood actually kill him?

The singer is one busy gal these days. She's cooking a little bun in the oven, will return as the voice of NFL's game kickoff and is looking forward to co-hosting the 2014 CMA Awards with Brad Paisley. Plus, 'Two Black Cadillacs' will likely take up some of her precious time, as well. Whew! Girl's keeping busy, and we're blown away by her tremendous work ethic.

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