4/26/2012 11:57 PM
The Sookie Stackhouse novels brought us True Blood, and now another of Charlaine Harris’s series is headed to television sets across the country – Grave Sight.
Named after the first novel in Harris’s four-book series, Grave Sight will follow the adventures of Harper Connelly, a young woman who was struck by lightning as a teen and now has the ability to sense the location and final memories of the dead.
“In the Syfy adaptation, Connelly teams up with her protective stepbrother, Tolliver Lang, to help find a missing teenage girl, only to uncover a network of lies and murders throughout a small town in the Ozarks,” Entertainment Weekly reports.
Law and Order: SVU’s Kam Miller is writing the pilot with producer Universal Cable Productions. No word on who might star in the show or when it will air.
Another Charlaine Harris series about a telepathic woman from a small town? It could be interesting, I suppose, as long as Syfy doesn’t cheese it up. I’ve actually read Grave Sight but remember absolutely nothing about it. What do you think of the new series news?
If paranormal-themed programming floats your boat, you might also be interested to know that Syfy plans to launch three new paranormal reality shows in the coming months - Paranormal Highway, Ghost Mine, and School Spirits.
Categories: Books, TV
Posted by Christy
4/26/2012 11:57 PM |