Bryan Fuller, who brought the dead back to life in Pushing Daisies and harvested the dead in Dead Like Me, now has his sights set on the living—he'll be heading to an alien-inhabited moon in a new pilot for Syfy.
Here's Syfy's press release:
SYFY ORDERS PILOT FROM DEAD LIKE ME AND PUSHING DAISIES CREATOR BRYAN FULLER BASED ON THE BOOK THE LOTUS CAVES
New York, New York - August 12, 2010 - Syfy today announced it has commissioned a scripted pilot from Bryan Fuller, creator of Dead Like Me and Pushing Daisies.
The show will be based upon the popular book The Lotus Caves by John Christopher, about colonists who rebel against the rigidity of their lunar colony by exploring beyond its proscribed boundaries and discovering a series of caves ruled by a super-intelligent, alien species.
Jim Grey (In Plain Sight, Pushing Daisies) will co-write the script with Fuller.
Syfy recently announced a rich development slate of seven scripted projects featuring television icons Lee Majors and Kevin Sorbo; the Sanctuary creative team of Damian Kindler, Martin Wood and Amanda Tapping; a swashbuckling space opera and alien version of The Office from Universal Cable Productions, and a single camera 1/2 hour about fighting Zombies and a dramedy fighting supernatural villains.
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