Dean Koontz’s ‘The Silent Corner’ Being Adapted for TV (Exclusive)

Best-selling author Dean Koontz’s stirring book The Silent Corner is going to get a TV treatment.

Paramount Television and Anonymous Content have optioned a FBI play forward of a Jun announcement by Bantam, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. A network is not nonetheless attached.

The book revolves around FBI representative Jane Hawk, who after she starts to learn because people of talent and fulfilment who are happy and of sound mind are murdering themselves for no apparent reason, becomes a many wanted refugee in America. The absolute gang she confronts is totally confused to stop a lady driven by a fury innate of adore who is as crafty and bold as a members are cold-blooded. 

Koontz skeleton to write during slightest 5 some-more books featuring Jane Hawk, with Silent Corner being a initial out.

Anonymous Content’s Nicole Clemens, uninformed off a long and successful run during FX, will exec furnish alongside a company’s Steve Golin. It’s one of a initial projects for Clemens, who is returning to her government and producing credentials after carrying overseen FX’s play and comedy slates.  

Koontz, meanwhile, has sole some-more than 500 million books worldwide. Publisher Bantam is ascent an assertive selling debate for The Silent Corner. He’s repped by Brillstein Entertainment Partners, InkWell Management and Frankfurt Kurnit.

Silent Corner marks a latest partnership for Paramount TV and Anonymous Content. Their corner credits embody Epix’s Berlin Station, Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why, Emma Stone and Jonah Hill Netflix array Maniac, directed by Cary Fukunaga (True Detective); as good as TNT’s The Alienist, among others.

Should Silent Corner move to series, it would symbol Koontz’s initial TV uncover after carrying several of his works blending for a large shade (Demon Seed, The Passengers and a Watchers franchise, among others).

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