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In 2017, a pilot for a possible TV series based on Nightflyers was being developed by Syfy. The series would be based on the 1987 film, with Robert Jaffe, who wrote the screenplay for the film, serving as one of the producers. The script for the pilot was written by Jeff Buhler. George R.R. Martin will not be involved in the production or writing for the new series, since his contract with HBO contains an exclusivity clause. The series will be shot in Ireland and will premiere in July 2018; the producer will be Daniel Cerone. On December 6, 2017 Jodie Turner-Smith was announced as being cast as Melantha Jhirl. George R. R. Martin expressed his enthusiasm for the casting on his journal, and pointed out that it more accurately represents that character in the novella than the film did, which cast a Caucasian actor. On January 4, 2018 it was reported that Netflix will co-produce the show and hold first run-rights outside of the United States. See more »
So if you like cheesy 80's music, TV and movies, then please see this. Otherwise, just pass. It really isn't that good. The cast is fun with Catherine Mary Stewart and everyone's favorite 80's rock star - Michael Des Barres. And there is some decent effects and atmosphere to spare. But it looks like 'Robert Collector' was going for a Michael Mann style look and just came up short. Again, good for 80's nostalgia. But that's kind of it.
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