Mark Verheiden to Co-Write Dark Tower TV Adaptation

Mark Verheiden to Co-Write Dark Tower TV Adaptation

Deadline is reporting that writer Mark Verheiden, currently a showrunner on TNT's Falling Skies, will be co-writing with Akiva goldsman the TV portion of NBC's adaptation of Stephen King's The Dark Tower.

This is, of course, the innovation take on King's material that will consist of a film trilogy and a limited series of six episodes of a TV series to be broadcast between films one and two.

Writes Deadline, "This marks Verheiden's return to NBC and UMS following his turn as a supervising producer on Heroes. He also was a writer/co-exec producer on the NBCU series Battlestar Galactica, which ran on Syfy. He most recently served as a co-executive producer of TNT's upcoming sci-fi series Falling Skies, from DreamWorks TV."

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