‘Love, Simon’ Follow-Up TV Series in the Works at Disney+

  • The Wrap
Disney+ is nearing a deal to bring a “Love, Simon” follow-up TV series to the upcoming streaming service, an individual with knowledge of the project tells TheWrap.

Should the series be ordered, the individual tells us the show will be produced by the now-Disney-owned 20th Century Fox Television. The TV studio’s soon-to-be-shuttered film sibling, Fox 2000, produced and distributed the 2018 flick starring Nick Robinson.

Screenwriters Elizabeth Berger and Isaac Aptaker would serve as showrunners on the series. However, director Greg Berlanti will not be involved with the project in any capacity, due to his overall deal with Warner Bros, the individual tells us.

No casting or plot details are available at this time, according to the insider.

Starring Nick Robinson, Jennifer Garner, Katherine Langford and Josh Duhamel, “Love, Simon” was by touted by 20th Century Fox Films as the first gay teen romance film released by a major studio.
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