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THE PUNISHER TV Series Gets Pilot Commitment From Fox
By Ed Johnson on October 22, 2011 | From ejfs.blogspot.com
THE PUNISHER TV Series Gets Pilot Commitment From Fox:
It looks like The Punisher might be headed to TV screens soon, Deadline reports.
In a twist, the project is at Fox instead of ABC or another channel owned by Disney, Marvel’s parent company. Deadline reports that Fox has given a put pilot commitment to a series based on the famed Marvel character, co-executive produced by Marvel and Ed Bernero. What’s a “put pilot,” you might ask? Here’s how Variety defines it: “A deal to produce a pilot that includes substantial penalties if the pilot is not aired; a virtual guarantee that a pilot will be picked up.”


Based on the article, it looks to be a different take on the character, reinventing Frank Castle as a New York City police officer who moonlights as The Punisher, rather than a military veteran who makes vigilante justice his full-time mission.
Bernero, a former Chicago police officer, co-created NBC series Third Watch and served as an executive producer on CBS procedural Criminal Minds. This would be the first live-action TV series to feature The Punisher, who has been the focus of three films: One in 1989 starring Dolph Lundgren that went straight-to-video in the United States; another in 2004 starring Thomas Jane that had a worldwide total of $54.7 million; and 2008′s Punisher: War Zone, starring Ray Stevenson, which was a critical and financial disappointment.
Currently, Marvel has confirmed four live-action series in development at ABC networks — Hulk and AKA Jessica Jones (based on the MAX series Alias) at ABC, and Mockingbird and Cloak & Dagger at ABC Family.
http://blog.newsarama.com/2011/10/20/the....lopment-at-fox/
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THE PUNISHER TV Series Gets Pilot Commitment From Fox
By Ed Johnson on October 22, 2011 | From ejfs.blogspot.com
THE PUNISHER TV Series Gets Pilot Commitment From Fox:
It looks like The Punisher might be headed to TV screens soon, Deadline reports.
In a twist, the project is at Fox instead of ABC or another channel owned by Disney, Marvel’s parent company. Deadline reports that Fox has given a put pilot commitment to a series based on the famed Marvel character, co-executive produced by Marvel and Ed Bernero. What’s a “put pilot,” you might ask? Here’s how Variety defines it: “A deal to produce a pilot that includes substantial penalties if the pilot is not aired; a virtual guarantee that a pilot will be picked up.”


Based on the article, it looks to be a different take on the character, reinventing Frank Castle as a New York City police officer who moonlights as The Punisher, rather than a military veteran who makes vigilante justice his full-time mission.
Bernero, a former Chicago police officer, co-created NBC series Third Watch and served as an executive producer on CBS procedural Criminal Minds. This would be the first live-action TV series to feature The Punisher, who has been the focus of three films: One in 1989 starring Dolph Lundgren that went straight-to-video in the United States; another in 2004 starring Thomas Jane that had a worldwide total of $54.7 million; and 2008′s Punisher: War Zone, starring Ray Stevenson, which was a critical and financial disappointment.
Currently, Marvel has confirmed four live-action series in development at ABC networks — Hulk and AKA Jessica Jones (based on the MAX series Alias) at ABC, and Mockingbird and Cloak & Dagger at ABC Family.
http://blog.newsarama.com/2011/10/20/the....lopment-at-fox/
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