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Syfy has closed a deal for Frank Spotnitz (The X-Files) to pen a four-hour miniseries adaptation of the 50-year-old Philip K. Dick novel The Man in The High Castle.

Filmmaker Ridley Scott — who in 1982 adapted Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? into the nihilistic big-screen drama Blade Runner — will serve as an executive producer.

The best-selling The Man in The High Castle presents an alternate history in which Nazi Germany and Japan won World War II and now lord over a fascist United States of America.

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