Written by Brandon Williams on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012

Terry Pratchett has started his own television production company called Narrativia, which will have exclusive rights to his works in the field. The company will produce TV adaptations biggest novels, including a four-part series based on Good Omens that will be written by Gavin SCott and Monty Python’s Terry Jones.

The new company will be run by managing director Rod Brown, Pratchett’s daughter Rhianna and Rob Wilkins, his manager.

“This is an exciting and natural development for me and my works, and I look forward to working closely with the team to develop new stories in areas other than just print and ebooks and, of course, seeing my first big-screen project come to fruition,” Pratchett said.

Narrativia will be producing a 13-part series set in the fictional city where Discworld takes place, Ankh Morpork.

The creation of his own company follows Sky One adaptations of Hogfather, The Colour of Magic and Going Postal. Sky One and The Mob will also be producing an adaptation of Unseen Academicals next year.


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