Film adaptations that led to TV series


New live-action Harry Potter TV series in development for streaming service 'Max' with new cast and J.K. Rowling as executive producer, despite controversy over her views on transgender rights.

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone' (2001)

Rapper 50 Cent is bringing Eminem's semi-autobiographical film "8 Mile" to television, with Eminem on board to assist with production and the project aiming to share his story with a new, younger audience.

8 Mile

Seth McFarland to star in 'Ted' prequel TV series set in 1993, exploring the titular character's relationship with a younger John, set for release on Peacock in 2023.


'Grease: Rise of the Pink Ladies' is a Paramount+ musical series prequel to the 1978 film, following four outcasts who dare to have fun on their own terms in 1954 and spark a moral panic that changes Rydell High forever.


Peacock released the series 'Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin' in 2022, which follows Adam Devine's character as he moves to Germany to revive his career.

Pitch Perfect

Selena Gomez is backing a half-hour comedy series called '15 Candles' which is a TV adaptation of John Hughes’ 1984 film 'Sixteen Candles' and will follow four young Latinas in high school as they struggle with feeling invisible.

Sixteen Candles

The series 'Cobra Kai' brings back Daniel LaRusso and his rival Johnny Lawrence 34 years after 'The Karate Kid' was released.

The Karate Kid

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles' debuted in 2008 and the story is set after 'Terminator 2: Judgment Day.'


In 2016, a sequel series with the same name as the 1973 horror classic was inspired.

The Exorcist

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