Bad Robot’s “Speed ​​Racer” Live TV Series Ordered By Apple TV+ – Deadline

Camel+ getting ready fast racerAnd A high-profile live-action series produced by JJ Abrams bad robot and Warner Bros. Television where the company is subject to a deal.

Details are sketchy but I heard the project was written by Hiram Martinez (snow hole) Ron Fitzgerald (Westworld), returns to the original source material and is a real-life action in the classic 1960s manga series.

I heard the series is now running in the writers’ room, with Martinez and Fitzgerald as executive/co-producers on the show.

fast racera Japanese media franchise about motor racing, was first released as a manga series titled Mach GoGoGo by Tatsuo Yoshida in 1966. Trans-Lux acquired the sharing rights and fast racer It was made into an anime by Tatsunoko Productions, which aired on Japan’s Fuji Television from 1967 to 1968 and was jointly broadcast in the United States around the same time.

The show’s mainstream success in the United States spawned a continuation fast racer The franchise began in the 1990s, which ranged from comics, video releases, merchandise, live-action film, and series.

on TV, The new adventures of a speed racer, the United States produced a reboot of the original series, which premiered in 1993 and aired for one season of 13 episodes. Followed in 2008 Speed ​​Racer: The Next Generation which was released on Nicktoons and later revived on MTV, Cartoon Network, and Boomerang.

The Wachowskis has written and directed a reality film based on oAnd a speed racerwhich was released in 2008. The Apple series has nothing to do with that, from what I hear.

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Bad Robot has a longstanding relationship at Apple as the company has produced several series to date, Stephen King adapting Lizzie’s storyStarring Julianne Moore. Sarah Bareilles’ Little Voice; and next My glory was to me like these friendsTopped by Jennifer Garner.

Denise Petsky contributed to this report.

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