The last few years have been great for Stephen King fans, with hits based on his actions on both the big and small screens. Now, fans have something new and incredibly exciting to be thankful for the television adaptation of one of King’s best-known works: The Stand. Read everything related to the context here.
The Stand, this epic saga is perfect for a premium streaming performance and is being promoted by executive producer Josh Boone, writer-director Fault on Our Stars and X-Men: New Mutants and Ben Cavell from Just and Homeland. The show will be a 10-episode event in 2020. But due to this global epidemic, it’s tough to say when it releases but we predict that Would fan is happy if CBS became an All Access hit this year? Of course. But the series’ official order means that the show is definitely happening in 2021.
The date hasn’t confirmed yet, and rumors of the show have finally come out, but Julie McNamara’s announcement at TCA proves the show is on its way and won. Running ten episodes means that the show can cover much of the book’s content and maybe made possible with a movie or a short run. CBS may be the right platform for the All Access project.
About The Stand?
For now, future viewers can turn to the novel to imagine what might happen. Despite coming from Josh Boone, I guess our stars won’t have too many similarities to blame! In The Stand, Stephen King portrays a picture of an apocalyptic world disintegrated by a plague that survived relatively little, and the conflict between good and evil will emanate from the wasteland that was once prosperous civilization.
The survivors who must fight for the good are a mix that they probably never would have crossed, with the only obvious point being that they are generally their immunity to the plague that has killed so many.
Then of course the Dark Man is also known as Randall Flag, who appeared in the 2017 movie The Dark Tower. The Stand has a lot to fear just because of illness. Hopefully, the television adaptation will take advantage of its ten-episode order so that the story can be told with more twists, turns, and horrors. The series’ official orders certainly soak up the sting of the film adaptation that was never made despite the rumors from long ago.