While negotiations with cast members are still ongoing, Warner Bros. TV seems pretty sure their proposed four TV movie continuation of beloved childhood drama series “Gilmore Girls” on Netflix will go ahead. how sure? TV Line reports that the sets are already being constructed which means shooting will begin quite soon.
Hulu has set a March 30th premiere date for its ten episode drama series “The Path” (previously titled “The Way”). Jessica Goldberg (“Parenthood”), Jason Katims and Michelle Lee will executive produce.
Aaron Paul, Michelle Monaghan, Hugh Dancy and Rockmond Dunbar stars in the story about a family at the center of a controversial cult as they struggle with relationships, faith and power. [Source: Variety]
The 4th Kingdom
“Game of Thrones” executive producer Vince Gerardis is set to develop the $40 million high-octane adventure series “The 4th Kingdom”. Paul Chart (“Children of Men,” “The Book of Life”) penned the ten-episode series which aims to shoot in the Bahamas. [Source: Variety]
AMC is developing a supernatural TV series based on Joe Hill’s novel “NOS4A2” with a writer now being sought. The story centers on a young woman with the ability for finding lost things, a gift that is slowly destroying her mind. In her quest, she meets a psychopathic child abductor who lures youths into a Rolls Royce (the title is its number plate). [Source: Deadline]
Now You See Her
CBS is developing the legal drama “Now You See Her” based on the book by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge. Blue Bloods executive producer Siobhan Byrne O’Connor is penning the adaptation and will executive produce with Patterson, Bill Haber, Bill Robinson and Leopoldo Gout.
The story centers on a successful attorney at a boutique New York City law firm who is hiding her true past as a murderer. One case soon threatens to expose her and destroy her new life and career. [Source: Deadline]
Voice of the City
NBC is developing the New York-set period musical drama series “Voice of the City” which will be penned Tony nominee Claudia Shear. Set in 1891, the story follows a romantic showman and his love interest as they struggle to create a life in a new land in the only business they know. [Source: Variety]