The writer will be working on the adaptation along with a series set in Discworld.
Sir Terry Pratchett has announced that he's started his own television production company, named Narrativia, and will be producing two series based on some of his famed novels. Good Omens, a fantasy novel co-written by Neil Gaiman, will be adapted into a four part miniseries. Also in development is The Watch, a fantasy police procedural set in Discworld. The show will be set in the city of Ankh Morpork and will run 13 episodes.
While both projects had been announced last year at Prime Focus, Pratchett decided to break away from the development company to focus exclusively on his own work. Pratchett and co-owner Rob Brown hope that this move will push Pratchett's work onto the global entertainment stage.
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