Rosemary’s Baby, Hillary Clinton Mini-Series Coming to NBC

NBC LogoNBC’s hoping to creep out audiences with new four hour versions of Rosemary’s Baby and Stephen King’s Tommyknockers (which will hopefully stay truer to the novel than Under the Dome). The network’s also confirmed a four-hour mini-series about the life of former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton. Diane Lane’s set to take on the lead role with Courtney Hunt (Frozen River) directing.
Also coming to NBC as a ‘limited series’ is Plymouth from executive producers Mark Burnett and Anne Thomopolous. Academy Award winner Walon Green is attached to write the script which focuses on the “challenges and drama of the Pilgrims’ journey across the Atlantic and the difficulties of settling in a new country.”
Details on the NBC Mini-Series:
The four-hour miniseries will recount Hillary Clinton’s life as a wife, mother, politician and cabinet member from 1998 to the present. The script will begin with Clinton living in the White House as her husband is serving the second of his two terms as president. In the years following, she would eventually become a United States senator, run for president and, ultimately, serve the country as secretary of state.
Rosemary’s Baby:
Rosemary’s Baby is a four-hour updated retelling of the bestselling novel by Ira Levin that was later adapted as a feature film about devil worship and the complex relationship between a young husband and wife. In the new version, the couple lives in Paris where this edge-of-your-seat thriller unfolds.
Stephen King’s Tommyknockers:
Stephen King’s Tommyknockers is based on the renown author’s chilling 1987 novel about how the residents of a small Maine town deal with what they believe is an alien spacecraft that has landed nearby.
Source: NBC

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