If you're a fan of the Philip K. Dick short story, the Steven Spielberg film adaptation or of sci-fi in general, we have good news: "Minority Report" is coming to the small screen.
A TV adaptation of Spielberg's 2002 film has been one of the most buzzed about projects for months, and now Fox has given it a pilot order. The drama will be a follow-up to the film, which starred Tom Cruise as a cop who stops crime before it happens using psychic Precogs. Set 10 years after Precrime is over in Washington, D.C., it will follow a female detective and a Precog who has trouble leading a "normal" life while still suffering from visions of the future.
The pilot, which has yet to be cast, was written by Max Borenstein ("Godzilla"), who will also executive produce along with Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank. Kevin Falls ("The West Wing") will serve as showrunner.
For more, head to The Hollywood Reporter.