New Sin City TV series in development
An R-rated animated series is also currently in the works.
Frank Miller has signed a new deal to adapt his acclaimed series of Sin City graphic novels into a live-action TV series.
Production company Legendary Television has guaranteed at least one season of the show and is currently searching for a streaming service or TV network to distribute it.
The author will serve as an executive producer on the project along with Robert Rodriguez, who he co-directed both film adaptations with in 2005 and 2014 respectively.
It’s not yet clear whether or not the pair will direct any of the episodes.
Legendary are also set to create an accompanying "hard R-rated" animated prequel series which will likely be released around the same time.
This isn’t the first time that a live-action TV series based on Miller’s work has been in development.
It was announced that he was working on one back in 2017 with former Walking Dead showrunner Glen Mazzara and Underworld director Len Wiseman but that soon fell through.
Sin City was originally published in 13-parts between 1991 and 1992 under Dark Horse comics. It's gone on to to win several awards and is seen as a classic of the genre.