Wednesday, August 10, 2011

They're devoted Mystery! viewers.

My parents have recently embarked on a Michael Connelly binge, so this news should make them happy: Variety is reporting that ABC is developing a TV series based on the movie adaptation of Connelly's novel The Lincoln Lawyer.

Frankly, I had no idea that movie had done well enough to merit further development, but apparently it ended up making $75 million worldwide. I'm assuming they'll downgrade the movie's stars for TV (although, do Matthew McConaughey and Ryan Phillipe really have anything better to do?), but Mom and Dad will probably tune in anyway.

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