The Hollywood Reporter‘s Marisa Guthrie writes about what the broadcast networks are offering Amanda Knox for her first TV interview since being released from an Italian jail. Guthrie reports that despite the huge “get,” cash is not on the table from any of the networks.
Instead, the idea would be to give Knox maximum exposure–likely tied to the release of a book or memoir recounting her ordeal.
Sources say the family has yet to retain a literary agent and that Knox likely won’t do an interview until a book deal is in place. But nets still are trying, especially because Knox doesn’t have Anthony’s ethical baggage.
“There’s nothing wrong with this booking,” observes one producer. “So everyone is going to offer everything that they have.”