It has been announced that the controversial rise of ride-sharing tech firm, Uber Technologies Inc, will be made into a TV series.
The show will be an adaptation of Mike Isaac's book, Super Pumped, and will revolve around Uber's controversial CEO and founder Travis Kalanick.
Details of the project are still being worked out, but what we do know, is that leading the project will be the creators of the successful American series, Billions, Brian Koppelman and David Levien, which was announced by Mike Isaac himself via Twitter.
Whether the show will touch on some of the darker scandals to emerge from Uber's backroom staff is yet to be known, but fear not, this is not the only time you'll get to see some of the Silicon Valley's stories hit the screen.
Susan Fowler, the former Uber engineer, whose infamous 2017 blog post highlighted some of the company’s discriminatory and sexist exploits, will also have her story told, but this version of the Uber model will be shown on the big screen.
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