“The Peripheral” Goes To Amazon As TV-Series


Courtesy of John P Johnson/HBO for Westworld

Amazon Studios have acquired Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy’s series The Peripheral.

Amazon Studios has greenlighted the one-hour sci-fi drama, a series based on the novel by William Gibson, adapted by creator and executive producer Scott B. Smith, together with Nolan and Joy, through their Kilter Films and Warner Bros. Television. Nolan and Joy were before this series, showrunner and producers for Westworld.

Amazon Studios and Warner BrosTelevision are the producing companies together with Kilter Films.

“We’re thrilled to announce The Peripheral as our first project with Jonah, Lisa, Athena and their talented team at Kilter Films,” said Jennifer Salke, Head of Amazon Studios.“This story calls for a masterful level of talent to bring acclaimed author William Gibson’s science fiction thriller to life. We are excited to partner with Warner Bros. Television, Oscar-nominated writer Scott B. Smith and Vincenzo Nfatali in bringing this fantastic new series to our global Prime Video customers.”

The new series has been in development since the beginning of 2018. Nolan and Joy have signed an overall deal with Amazon after a long relationship with Warner Bros. Television.

 Source:  Deadline.com


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