Selig continues to produce scripted and unscripted television and feature films. She just finished post-production on the 4-hour mini-series After Camelot, which is set to premiere on April 2, 2017 on REELZChannel. Based on the acclaimed book by fourteen-time New York Times bestselling author J. Randy Taraborrelli about the modern-day Kennedys, After Camelot stars Katie Holmes and Matthew Perry,is written by Stephen Kronish, and directed by Jon Cassar (24, The Kennedys). Before that, Selig produced, along with Asylum Entertainment, the four-hour miniseries The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe for Lifetime, based on another acclaimed book by J. Randy Taraborrelli. The show was written by Stephen Kronish (24, The Kennedys), directed by Laurie Collyer (Sherrybaby, Sunlight Jr.), and stars Susan Sarandon, Emily Watson, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Kelli Garner. It received 17 nominations including three Emmys®, a SAG award, a DGA award, a Prism award. Keri Selig won the 2016 Women’s Image Award for the production.
Selig’s other series in development include Playing Dirty, set up at HBO with Justin Timberlake and written by Stephen Rivele and Chris Wilkinson (Nixon, Ali); Dealers Of Lightning, a limited series set up with eOne at the History Channel and based on the book of the same name by Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Hiltzik with Cy Voris and Ethan Reiff (Legends, Robin Hood, Eleventh Hour) writing; Madonna: An Intimate Biography based on The New York Times bestseller, set up at Lifetime and written by Nicole Asher (Coco, Toni Braxton); American Wife, set up with ABC and based on the book of the same name by Jim DeFelice (American Sniper) and Taya Kyle, the widowed wife of Chris Kyle; Untitled Ali and Cosell Project set up with Steve Carell & Carousel Entertainment based on the bestselling book Sound and Fury: Two Powerful Lives, One Fateful Friendship, being written by Chris Wilkinson (Nixon, Ali); Beyoncé’s Choice based on the New York Times bestselling book, Becoming Beyoncé by J. Randy Taraborrelli set up at Lifetime with Joy Kecken writing (The Wire, Single Lady, Soul Food); Explicit Content, a one hour drama in the world of the 80’s porn industry set up with Robert Zemeckis’ Imagemovers and Warner Horizon TV; and The Untitled Fashion Magazine Project set up with Sasha Alexander (Rizzoli & Isles) at WBTV.
Some of Selig’s produced credits include the romantic thriller Passengers, starring Anne Hathaway for Sony Pictures; The Stepford Wives starring Nicole Kidman for Paramount with Scott Rudin (The Social Network, Moneyball); Point of Origin for HBO starring Ray Liotta and John Leguizamo; It Must Be Love for CBS starring Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen; and Harlan County, the Golden Globe® and triple Emmy® nominated movie for Showtime, directed by Academy Award® winner Tony Bill and starring Academy Award® winner Holly Hunter.