NBC Has High Hopes for Possible New Series ‘Game of Silence’
NBC is cooking up another drama pilot that may just get its audience hooked and the network is fully committed to green lighting this into series. Read on to learn more about it.
According to Deadline, “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo” director Niels Arden Oplev is set to direct and executive produce the pilot of “Game of Silence.” The show was created by Carol Mendelsohn (“CSI”), David Hudgins (“Parenthood”) who will executive produce in collaboration with Sony TV.
“Game of Silence” is based on the Turkish drama “Suskunlar.” It is about the life of “a rising attorney with a dark past who could lose everything that he’s built for himself when his long-lost childhood friends threatens to spill their big dark secret.”
Moreover, the network has high hopes for this project will earn a pilot production in the works along with a series penalty. In fact, the stories for the 13 episodes have been gone over during the script stage. This simply means that the show has a big chance to get ordered into series. There’s no wonder why, with a great story and a brilliant team behind it, it looks like they are looking up for a high-rating show.
Just recently, they announced David Lyons (“Revolution”) as the lead star in “Game of Silence.” Lyons is only the confirmed cast member so far for the pilot of the show.
“Game of Silence” sounds promising and it’s definitely something to look forward to. Other details regarding the show are still being kept under wraps, though.
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