Written by ThanosCopter
on Tuesday, November 05 2013 and posted in News with Benefits
The CW is bringing another DC character to television.
Source: Hollywood Reporter
CW is developing a new series based on the DC superhero Hourman. According to TV Line, the series will star a pharmaceutical analyst who has precognitive flashes set one hour into the future. He'll try to prevent the futures he sees while trying to reconcile with his ex-wife and son.
While it's not clear which Hourman the series will star (Rex Tyler was the pharmaceutical genius, but the precognitive flashes indicate his son Rick Tyler), the pilot will be written by Michael Caleo and executive produced by Caleo, Dan Lin and Jennifer Gwartz (Veronica Mars).
If successful, this could be CW's third show featuring DC characters on the air next year. A gritty version of Green Arrow is featured in Arrow, and the Flash is set to appear in a new series.
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