Thursday, December 7, 2017

MM KAYE'S INDIA SET 19TH CENTURY SWEEPING SAGA 'THE FAR PAVILIONS' TO BE TURNED INTO $150 MILLION EPIC TV SERIES!

  'THE FAR PAVILIONS'
TO BECOME EXPENSIVE EXOTIC EXTRA EPIC TV SERIES
With the news that BBC will air their new period set series Miniaturist on the 26th and 27th of December and new Little Women on the 26th, 27th and
They will use Indian actors and British production
28th, and that they have also bought Natalie Dormer's costume drama Picnic At Hanging Rock for next year (it is from Australian Foxtel), comes also info on another new epic drama! THE FAR PAVILIONS, an epic novel by MM Kaye, will be adapted into expensive, sweeping, 30 episode epic series in an English Indian co production.
Produced by Michael Ward and Colin Burrows for Beautiful Bay Productions, the $150 million worth saga will tell the 19th century  story of an Englishman brought up as a Hindu during the British Raj and his passionate love for an Indian princess. Back in the 80's HBO had a mini series on it with Ben Cross, Amy Irving, Omar Sharif and Christopher Lee!

8 comments:

  1. 30 episodes? That does sound epic! I am sure it will be quite lovely.

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    1. All series once had about 30 episodes, don't know why they all had to be lowered to just about 10 or 16 with midseason breaks :( And I hate it that they do just ten episodes of most of the sitcoms. I was so glad to hear last week Superior Donuts have been ordered for a whole 21 episode season!

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    2. I know what you mean. We used to look forward to sitcoms and such from fall through winter. Now we are lucky to get 8 episodes then a 3 or 4 month break before we get another 8 more. It's why I tend to wait until a series completes before watching it because after all those breaks and such few episodes, I can hardly remember what happened when it returns.

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    3. yes, they have big season breaks at Netflix as well with Fuller House and now with Disjointed and with Ranch, they air first ten and then the other ten three or four months after, that was first started with Baby Daddy who had winter and spring halfseasons.
      I never remember what happened when WalkingDead returns.

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  2. Not sure about this, but we shall see...

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