It was a take on Etheridge’s life and what may have happened if she had never become famous.
The show was not too happen as there was a lot of back and forth between the duo and the networks, and then Etheridge got diagnosed with breast cancer.
If they work as diligently and lovingly on it as they have their relationship, it should be a beautiful show.
They got the last laugh however with their lifetime collaboration that they began that May day in 2014.
Since then they have also revealed they are working on a project for Broadway that would be produced, created and written by Linda Wallem, and star Melissa Etheridge.
She worked and made appearances on “The Carol Burnett Show,” “Seinfeld,” “Cybil,” and “That 70s Show.” It wouldn’t be long that she would be just a producer or writer however.
She made the jump to premium channel shows with HBO and “The Comeback” in 2005.
Linda Wallem may not have been her wife, but like Tammy Lynn Michaels, she was there to support Etheridge through breast cancer.