Gaiman’s “Interworld” Becomes A TV Series

Following their success with “Mr. Robot” and “The Magicians,” Universal Cable Productions is pushing hard on developing new projects.

The latest announcement is a series that will adapt Neil Gaiman and Michael Reeves’ YA fantasy/sci-fi novel “Interworld”. In the story, teen boy Joey Harker can travel through different dimensions and in each one there’s a different version of Joey – some older or younger, some a different gender or even species.

Gaiman and Reeves will be executive producers alongside “Hamilton” producer Jeffrey Seller and Flody Suarez. Universal Cable Productions is also developing series based on the comic “The Umbrella Academy” along with original series “The Woods,” “Bushido” and “The Good Neighbors”.

Source: Variety