Michael Wolff's tell-all book, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, will be adapted for the small screen, according to a report.
The controversial media columnist has secured a seven-figure deal with Endeavor Content for the film and television rights to the bestseller, per the Hollywood Reporter.
The production company plans to initially turn the book into a TV series, with Wolff serving as executive producer.
Veteran Channel 4 and BBC executive Michael Jackson is also speculated to be involved as a producer, but no network has announced its attachment to the project.
"Fire and Fury," which chronicles President Trump's first year in office, has been a publishing sensation after controversial excerpts were shared by the Guardian, New York magazine and the Hollywood Reporter.
Trump threatened legal action when news of its content broke earlier in January. No lawsuits have since been filed.