The great Canadian Maple Syrup Heist, which is actually quite dramatic than it sounds, was once again a success story.
The heist has ignited and spread about the world's stickiest crime, and the events are expected to become chronicles.
The Sticky (yup, that's ) will be produced by (who loves ) and follow the story of the real-life heist that involved the theft of 18 million Canadian dollars, which accounts for over 70% of the world's maple syrup supply.
Ruth Clarke, a notorious local blockhead and an elderly and Mike Byrne, is a high-ranking maple syrup farmer, who has had trouble coping with her farm and death threats. Especially now that her farm is threatened with bureaucracy and that she is forced to take away everything she loves: her farm, her comatose husband, and her right to manifest destiny. With the help of Remy Bouchard, a pint-sized local blockhead, and Mike Byrne
Brian Donovan and Ed Herro will lead executive production and co-showrun with Kathryn Borel. Jason Blum, of Blumhouse Television, will also lead executive production. "This story, about an unassuming band of renegades who successfully managed to pull off perhaps the greatest heist in Canadian history, caught our attention immediately," show-runners said.
"The characters and stakesall were ready for tapping (pun intended) for our fictional story. We're delighted that we have international partners to bring Our Vision for The Sticky to life." Filming is expected to begin this fall.