The Vampire Diaries creator broadcasts new vampire TV present
The Vampire Diaries has been off our screens for 4 years however its legacy has continued with The Originals and Legacies – and now, a brand new vampire present is on the way in which to maintain feeding our starvation for the supernatural.
The Vampire Diaries and The Originals creator Julie Plec is ready to adapt younger grownup ebook sequence Vampire Academy, with Deadline reporting that streaming service Peacock has ordered a ten-episode adaptation of the story.
Plec will write and govt produce the present and also will act as showrunner alongside Common Tv’s Marguerite MacIntyre, who has beforehand labored on each The Originals and Legacies.
Six-part novel sequence Vampire Academy, by writer Richelle Mead, follows dhamphir teen Rose Hathaway as she trains to be a guardian to her finest good friend, Lissa Dragomir. Whereas attending St Vladimir’s Academy, Rose will get caught up in a forbidden romance together with her teacher, Dimitri Belikov, whereas additionally coping with her unbreakable bond with Lissa.
Vampire Academy was beforehand tailored right into a film in 2014, starring The Politician actress Zoey Deutch and Wolf Creek‘s Lucy Fry.
Plec has revealed that she is delighted to be adapting the novels, saying: “Once I signed my new cope with Common Tv, they requested what venture I had all the time been dying to make and my quick reply was Vampire Academy.”
Erin Underhill, President for Common TV, added: “From The Vampire Diaries to The Originals, Julie has mastered charming audiences with memorable characters, compelling storylines and scrumptious escapism.
“Vampire Academy delivers all of them. We’re very excited to see Julie’s bold and artistic imaginative and prescient of this distinct world come to life, and might’t wait to share the sequence with Peacock viewers. I’ve little question followers will love what she’s cooked up.”
Vampire Academy will debut on Peacock.