A TV series dependent on “The Sandman” comic books made by Neil Gaiman has formally been arranged to series at Netflix.
Allan Heinberg will compose and fill in as showrunner and executive producer on the series, with Gaiman and David S. Goyer additionally composing and executive producing. Gaiman, Heinberg and Goyer will co-compose the first episode. Warner Bros. TV will create, with the series getting a 10-episode commitment.
“We’re thrilled to partner with the brilliant team that is Neil Gaiman, David S. Goyer and Allan Heinberg to finally bring Neil’s iconic comic book series, ‘The Sandman,’ to life onscreen,” said Channing Dungey, vice president of original series at Netflix. “From its rich characters and storylines to its intricately built-out worlds, we’re excited to create an epic original series that dives deep into this multi-layered universe beloved by fans around the world.”
“The Sandman” follows the general population and spots influenced by Morpheus, the Dream King, as he mends the mic–and human–mistakes he’s made during his huge presence.
This denotes the most recent in a developing number of Gaiman’s works to be adapted for TV. Starz recently arranged a third season of “American Gods,” while Amazon appeared the series adaptation of “Good Omens” a month ago. Then, “Lucifer” was revived by Netflix for a fourth season after Fox canceled it, however it was reported that the show’s up and coming fifth season will be its last.
Goyer repped by WME and Bloom Hergott. Gaiman is repped by CAA. Heinberg is repped by Hansen Jacobson.
There have been numerous endeavors to adapt “Sandman” as a film, with Gaiman and Goyer having written the latest endeavor. Joseph Gordon-Levitt was likewise joined to the film at a certain point, yet he left the project because of innovative contrasts.
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