Neil Gaiman Novel “Interworld” Being Developed By Universal Cable Productions


Neil Gaiman

All aboard the train! While Starz continues on Bryan Fuller’s adaptation of the British author’s novel American Gods, another one has ben picked up NBCUniversal’s television company Universal Cable Productions. The YA fantasy/sci-fi novel that Gaiman co-wrote with , , is being developed at the company, which has seen recent success with shows like Mr. Robot, Psych, and more.

The story focuses on lead character Joey Harker, who has the ability to through different dimensions. The caveat is that Joey changes from dimension to dimension — in one he’s older, in another he’s female, and in yet another he’s a different species. It’s a world that has plenty of ripe material to pull for exciting television.

Gaiman and Reeves will executive produce the series, as will Flody Suarez and Hamilton producer Jeffrey Seller.

UCP is also developing the Dark Horse comic The Umbrella Academy, about a dysfunctional superhero family with very odd super powers. They also have The Woods, Bushido, and The Good Neighbors on their slate, showing their commitment to continuing to develop unique, quality content.

Gaiman is repped by Casarotta Ramsay & Associates, , and .

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