Featherstone reunites with Humans writers
Jane Featherstone has renewed ties with Humans writers Sam Vincent and Jonathan Brackley for one of three high profile AMC developments.
The US broadcaster has opened a writers’ room for Pandora, a global murder mystery with three converging storylines, from Featherstone’s Sister Pictures.
The show will follow a group of ordinary individuals as they attempt to piece together a series of dark secrets leaking out into the world following a malicious cyberattack.
Pandora has been conceived by Vincent and Brackley who tied with Featherstone’s former indie Kudos to create Humans, Channel 4’s sci fi drama, as well as long-running BBC spy drama Spooks.
The show is one of three which AMC is considering commissioning alongside adaptations of Jami O’Brien supernatural novel NOS4A2 and Eli Horowitz, Matthew Derby and Kevin Moffat’s dystopian app and novel Silent History.
The trio form part of the broadcaster’s ‘scripts-to-series’ model, under which it sets up writers’ rooms to develop scripts for several episodes, rather than order a pilot.
AMC president Charlie Collier said: “We look forward to diving deep into these three distinctive projects and opening writers’ rooms that allow our talented creative partners to take their visions to the next level.”
Pandora will be executive produced by Featherstone, Dan Isaacs and Christopher Fry.