Wild Cards TV Show News

George R.R. Martin’s popular Wild Cards book series is getting closer to the small screen. The project, from Universal Cable Prods., has been set up at Hulu, and a writers room is about to open for two new series that would create a Wild Cards universe for the streamer.

The two series will be written and executive produced by The Secret Circle creator Andrew Miller, who is under an overall deal with UCP. Melinda Snodgrass, Vince Gerardis and Martin will executive produce.

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Here’s What You Need to Know about Wild Cards Before It Comes to TV

TOR • January 10, 2019
At the end of last year, Hulu announced that they’ll be developing the Wild Cards series into a show (or two), sending fans into an excited furor… Never read the books? Here’s a Wild Cards primer for anyone new to the series, so you know what to expect when it hits the small screen… Read full article

George R.R. Martin Will Reportedly Build You Another Universe With Hulu’s Wild Cards Series

Vulture • November 13, 2018
In an interesting turn of events, George R.R. Martin’s latest project isn’t fantasy. Don’t worry, though. It has an alternate post-WWII timeline, an alien virus, mutants, superpowers, and a loose playing-card theme, which is fun. Surely it’s enough to fill that dragon-sized void. Read full article

George R.R. Martin’s Superhero Franchise Wild Cards Is Coming to Hulu

io9 • November 13, 2018
Most people know George R.R. Martin for his A Song of Ice and Fire series, better known as Game of Thrones. But that’s just one of the author’s universes. Another that he curates and edits is about to get the same treatment from another major provider. And it stars superheroes. Read full article

2 TV Series Based On George R.R. Martin’s Books In Works At Hulu

Deadline • November 13, 2018
George R.R. Martin’s popular Wild Cards book series is getting closer to the small screen. The project, from Universal Cable Prods., has been set up at Hulu, and a writers room is about to open for two new series that would create a Wild Cards universe for the streamer. Read full article