Netflix and Game of Thrones creators declare yet another next series

Netflix has declared one more new arrangement inbound from Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss. The pair will adjust Richard Powers’ Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Overstory, the organization declared Thursday on Twitter, depicting it as “a sweeping work of activism and resistance about a magnificently inventive world that a handful of people learn how to see and are drawn into.”

The Overstory, published in 2018, is a rambling work that entwines various stories including a wide cast of characters and five uncommon trees. (It’s cool, truly.) Much like Benioff and Weiss’ recently declared variation of The Three-Body Problem for the decoration, or the HBO arrangement the team is acclaimed for, it’s the sort wide-point, large scale story the pair appear to have a preference for — but one with more artistic toll.

The Netflix transformation has a content by Richard Robbins — once of Good Girls Revolt and 12 Monkeys — and Hugh Jackman is among the makers in question, close by The Overstory creator Richard Powers, as per The Hollywood Reporter. (Jackman is so far ready as a fan, and not a star.)

There’s no word on when to anticipate a debut, or whether this will make a big appearance previously or after the pair’s Three-Body Problem adaptation.

Skeptics will maybe value that both of Benioff and Weiss’ approaching activities have genuine endings, however.

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