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Here’s more news from Syfy‘s Upfront presentation Wednesday night. Syfy is the source of some of my favorite miniseries, so it’s always great news to learn that more are coming. This press release announces book-to-miniseries adaptations of Larry Niven‘s Ringworld and Arthur C. Clarke‘s Childhood’s End.

It also references previously-announced Stephen King‘s Eyes of the Dragon and Philip K. Dick‘s The Man in the High Castle, a nice reassurance that those projects remain on Syfy‘s development slate.

Syfy Developing Two Classic Science Fiction Novels To Miniseries Larry Niven’S Ringworld From MGM Television And Universal Cable Productions Arthur C. Clarke’S Childhood’S End With Michael Deluca As Executive Producer And Universal Cable Productions

New York – April 10, 2013 – Syfy announced today it is developing miniseries based on two of science fiction’s greatest novels: Larry Niven’s Ringworld and Arthur C. Clarke’s Childhood’s End. »

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