M. Night Shyamalan Currently Developing Longform Drama For Fox

M. Night Shyamalan Currently Developing Longform Drama For Fox
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According to The Hollywood Reporter, director M. Night Shyamalan is currently developing a new limited series for the Fox network.

The long-form drama- -titled “Wayward Pines”– follows a secret service agent named Ethan Burke who arrives in Wayward Pines, ID, with the goal of finding two federal agents that have gone missing.

The Playboy Club’s Chad Hodge will be writing the script, which has been described as a thriller similar to Twin Peaks.

We’ll have more details for you soon, so make sure to check back with us at Elite! 

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