The CW orders a spin-off of Riverdale, Jane The Virgin and the reboot of Nancy Drew and The Lost Boys
As often happens to The CW, the network “young man,” she ordered in a single stroke, the pilot for the next season, and in view of the general trend come from ideas already known. It is of the spin-off taken from the hit channel Riverdale, and Jane the Virgin, a teen drama inspired by the novels of Nancy Drew and a reboot of The Lost Boys. The four added to the pilot already ordered a few weeks ago of Batwoman with Ruby Rose, which was presented in last year's crossover event of DC series and that goes to expand their shared universe on television.
The spin-off of Riverdale entitled at the time Katy Keene, which focuses on the fashionista's of New York city, follows four characters taken from the comic book Archie Comics. This is the second spin-off of Riverdale as the first of the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, it started on The CW and then he actually on Netflix, where it has had great success and has already been renewed for a second season. The creator of the series, mother and Sabrina Robert Aguirre-Sacasa, who has written Katy Keene together with the executive producer of Riverdale, Michael Grassi, revealed last summer that the spin-off will be “very different from Riverdale.”
The spin-off of Jane the Virgin, instead, will be an anthology series that does to the telenovela, called Jane the Novela and will have behind-the-scenes, Jennie Snyder Urman, creator and producer of the original series. The protagonist Gina Rodriguez in this case will be the narrator given that each season will be the transposition of a tv of a book published by her character, Jane Gloriana Villenueva. Among the executive producers Ben Silverman. The pilot will be written by the scriptwriter of the series originle Valentina Garza, directed by Brad Silberling and the first season will be set in Napa Valley Vineyard. The series has already had a half a green light with those responsible for the casting Alyson Silverberg and Jonathan Clay Harris put to work.
The project on Nancy Drew is still without a title, based on the series of eponymous novels, will not be an adult version as they had tried to do it on CBS first and NBC then in the past seasons, but a teen, young adult, with the protagonist eighteen-year-old, and just graduated. The new adaptation comes from Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage (Gossip Girl, Dynasty) and their Fake Empire. The pilot will be written by Noga Landau (The Magicians).
Finally, the reboot of The Lost Boys, first in the hands of Rob Thomas (Veronica Mars), will be an adaptation of the cult horror comedy of 1987, which had already tried to develop during the season 2016/17. The rehash of the sript given by Heather Mitchell (Scandal, Grey's Anatomy) seems to have excited all at the network and given the commitment of Thomas to the revival of Veronica Mars on HULU she will be taking the reins.
It may also arrive on The CW, even a reboot of The THE Complex. As always, the network is divided productions with the “big brother” to CBS, which could take a few of them: the two pilots are, in fact, produced by Warner Bros TV and CBS TV Studios.
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