As Netflix is prepping hard to expand their horizons in order to keep subscribers entertained with original projects, the streaming service has been able to bag an exciting show this time which will definitely make fans happier than ever! Let us take a look at this upcoming project that is still the early stages of development.
Netflix Has Finally Managed To Close A Deal With Warner Bros. On Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman!
Apparently, Netlfix will be turning the iconic graphic novel The Sandman By Neil Gaiman into a series. While Netflix and Warner Bros. were both already in talks for the project it has been officially confirmed recently. Take a look at the social media post confirming the big news.
Netflix Sandman is going full steam ahead. Two independent things. https://t.co/B7E9qM1X3D
— Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself) March 5, 2020
The Iconic Comic Story Will Be Made Into An Original Series. Have a Look.
This project is a highly anticipated one for both fans and even for Netflix as well. Reportedly, the streaming service has signed a high financial deal with the Warner Bros. studio and it is going to be one of the most expensive projects undertaken by Netflix. Moreover, Allan Heinberg has been hired to serve as the showrunner and will also pen down the script as well.
The VP, Channing Dungey has talked about the big upturning to work with such a brilliant team along with right the creator Neil Gaiman himself. They have great faith in the diverse characters and an equally enriching storyline that will go on to make an excellent original series.
The Project Has Been Going On For Quite A While Now!
Apparently, it is rumored that the plans for making the story into a series have been going on for quite a while now. The studio took the prospect of any various other places including HBO as well. However, it did not work out because of the financial enormity of the project and Netflix was the one that at last finalized the deal! It has been going on for site a while now and finally, fans will be able to see Morpheus on the screen under the Netflix banner! We sure are waiting.