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TNT eyes a 'Librarian' TV series
TNT is apparently close to a deal to order a TV series based on the Noah Wyle "Librarian" telefilms.
According to TVLine.com, "The Librarians" would get a cast-contingent straight-to-series order for a 10-episode series, which would focus on four ordinary people recruited by Wyle's character to work for The Library.
Wyle would get in the pilot and make periodic appearances, which would be made both easier and harder by his ongoing commitment to "Falling Skies," which is also a part of the TNT family.
Created by David Titcher and produced by Dean Devlin, "The Librarian" premiered with "Quest for the Spear" in 2004 and was followed by "Return to King Solomon's Mines" in 2006 and "Curse of the Judas Chalice" in 2008.
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