Yet another film is aiming to be rebooted as a TV series for next Fall. NBC is reportedly planning a small screen adaptation of the 2000 lo-fi time travel thriller “Frequency” which starred Dennis Quaid and Jim Caviezel.
“Supernatural” writer, producer and show runner Jeremy Carver has reportedly created a new take on the material and the network has issued a script-plus-penalty commitment for the character driven drama.
Carver will write the pilot episode which, like the original, will focus on a NYPD detective who connects with his son thirty years in the future. Father and son will work together to stop several tragic events from coming to pass, all while finding time to heal their own fractured relationship.
Toby Emmerich, who wrote the original film, will return as a producer on the series.
Source: The Live Feed