Alan Wake TV Show Now in the Works at AMC

the Alan Wake The television adaptation is still in progress, Alan Wake Developer Remedy Entertainment revealed today as part of a video celebrating the video game’s 12th anniversary. But that’s not all Remedy Entertainment had to say about it, as it was also announced that the company now has a partner as AMC Networks has purchased the rights to the Alan Wake TV series.

The horror video game adaptation was first announced in late 2018. At the time, it was revealed that Peter Calloway (Cloak and Dagger, Legion) had signed as showrunner and writer with Remedy Entertainment and Alan Wake creator Sam Lake as executive producer. The show was then being developed by Contradiction Films and Remedy Entertainment. It’s unclear if anything about this setup has changed in the meantime, but it certainly seems likely.

You can view the full Alan Wake birthday video for yourself embedded below:

“You know, as we know, making video games sometimes takes a long time,” Lake says at the start of the anniversary video. “Well, it turns out that every once in a while doing a TV show can take even longer. Some of you might remember that we were talking about the TV show Alan a while ago Well, AMC, the wonderful, wonderful house for absolutely awesome TV shows, has bought the rights to Alan Wake. And we collaborated on the production of a television program. Nothing more to share at this time. But we will definitely let you know when there is something to announce.”

Along with the update on the upcoming TV series adaptation, in general, the Alan Wake franchise is enjoying a renewed moment in the spotlight. A complete suite, Alan Wake 2, is currently in development and set to release in 2023 on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via the Epic Games Store. The sequel is published by Epic Games. You can check out all of our previous coverage of the Alan Wake franchise in general here.

Are you delighted to hear that the Alan Wake Is the TV series still in the works? What do you think of AMC buying the rights to the series? Let us know in the comments, or feel free to hit me up and hit me up directly on Twitter at @rollinbishop to talk about all things TV and gaming!

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