Perennial TV showrunner Steven Bochco (Raising the Bar, NYPD Blue) is dipping his toes into the sci-fi waters, as he has teamed with Entertainment One to produce a new futuristic series entitled Evolution, to be marketed at the Miptv conference (it’s a worldwide TV movers-and-shakers marketplace and convention) next month.
Variety reported the news about the proposed series, which is set 3 million years in the future, and follows a boy who discovers a box that contains the store of human knowledge, bringing him eventual leadership. Entertainment One describes the series as a “tale of perpetual tension and suspense.” The series will be co-written by Bochco and Bryan Law, who will be a supervising producer.
Good luck to all! We’ll keep you posted. »
- Erin Willard
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