The classic fear cult is being adapted into the TV series The Peacock

The classic 90’s thriller and suspense movie afraid Gets a TV adaptation of the movie Peacock. according to diverseAnd the The Road Creator Jessica Goldberg has been hired to write and executive produce the series. Producer Brian Grazer will also serve as executive producer alongside Ron Howard, Lily Burns and Kristen Zollner on Imagine Television. The studio behind the series is Universal Television.

The series is described as “This revamp of the modern series finds two young lovers in a psychological game of cat and mouse—but who is cat and who is mouse? When David and Nicole first meet in Seattle, it feels like an epic, once in a lifetime love story.” -But son, it becomes clear that the seemingly perfect couple is anything else. Told from conflicting perspectives, the series grapples with personal demons, hidden agendas, and paraphrases the concept of “he said, she said” in a twist-filled suspense story about Toxic relationships.

Starring Reese Witherspoon, Mark Wahlberg, Alyssa Milano, afraid It was first released in 1996. Directed by James Foley with a screenplay by Christopher Crowe, the film was not a huge hit with critics but was a huge box office hit, grossing nearly $21 million at the box office on a budget of $6.5 million.

In addition to creating files The Road For Hulu, Goldberg’s Netflix other credits include far In which she worked as a presenter and executive producer, fatherhood And the deception. She also co-wrote the movie cherry Directed by the Russo brothers and starring Tom Holland.

The Peacock series adaptation isn’t the first time it’s been remade or reimagined afraid was in the works. In 2019, it was announced that Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment were developing a remake of the film with Jonathan Herman to adapt Crowe’s script from the original film. the hate you give And the hunger Games Amandla Stenberg has been announced as being linked to the star.

Are you looking forward to a TV adaptation of afraid? What is your favorite ’90s story? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section!


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