BBC America has also unveiled a brief teaser trailer.
The horror streaming service is reportedly interested in the 1987 cult horror classic.
The Stephen King cinematic universe is about to grow a bit larger.
The drama will have a modern tone, music and style while still being set in the ’50s.
Peter Hartness will write the three-part series, slated to go into production next spring.
Though Carrie Brownstein admitted, “Nothing ever really ends anyway.”
A first-of-its-kind deal will bring the show to IMAX screens before moving to ABC.
Nearly 20 years after his death, the rapper’s lyrics will be transformed into a scripted comedy.