Homeland Security Duo Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa may go back to Showtime.
Based on the Sony Pictures TV duo being developed with Craig Borten(Dallas Buyers Club)1997 Adaptation of a dystopian film Gattaca Premium Cable Internet . Sources say the project is getting a lot of commitment from cable companies backed by Paramount Worldwide, marking the first time in development since Chris McCarthy , the first new project for 2019), brought oversight of Showtime into his remit.
Representatives for Showtime and Sony TV declined to comment because the deal has not yet been finalized.
Starring Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman, the film is set in a not-too-distant future where eugenics is prevalent and genetic discrimination is illegal. Andrew Niccol wrote and directed the film, which is produced by Sony’s Columbia Pictures. Danny DeVito, Michael Shamberg, Stacey Sher and Gail Lyon contributed to this photo.
Since McCarthy brought Showtime under his remit, executives who also oversee linear channels including but not limited to Paramount Network, MTV, and Comedy Central have worked harder Adopting a franchise strategy while also doing away with multiple offshoots of Dexter and Billions Some of the new programming strategies he doesn’t think fit cabler already drama produced.
Gattaca is already in production on Showtime as The Hollywood Reporter previously teased this in a story last month The project in which McCarthy is circling a reboot of a well-known sci-fi film that he hopes also has franchise potential.
Gordon and Gansa have been working for Sony TV for the past several years as part of a lucrative overall deal. The duo co-host Showtime’s Homeland Security , the network’s newest show under the leadership of David Nevins and Gary Levine A signature blow to the former regime. 1235320609