Tim Burton is looking to bring The Addams Family back to our TVs, and Netflix is reportedly interested in buying the project.
This is awesome news coming less than a week before Halloween. Imagine this: Tim Burton executive producing the comeback of The Addams Family. Does it get any better? And Netflix is reportedly already interested in buying the project.
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Reports from Deadline are saying that Tim Burton is looking to not only produce, but also direct all episodes of the forthcoming The Addams Family comeback series. The same reports also have Smallville developers Alfred Gough and Miles Millar as head writers on the show as well as showrunners and executive producers, along with Tim Burton.
Tim Burton is said to be planning to bring The Addams Family to life in present times, exclusively told through the perspective of Wednesday Addams. I’m curious about what “present times” would mean in the remake of the series. Hopefully, that would be before or after COVID.
While little information has transpired so far, the project is said to have multiple buyers interested already, with Netflix leading the race.
Tim Burton is known for his revered animated series Beetlejuice, loosely based on his 1988 movie, which ran for four seasons from 1989-91.
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