HBO Max is officially moving forward with Greg Berlanti’s upcoming Green Lantern TV show as it has been picked up for a 10-episode season.
HBO Max is moving forward with the Green Lantern TV show from Arrowverse executive producer Greg Berlanti. WarnerMedia made a big splash last year when revealing their first slate of DC TV shows. With Berlanti’s track-record in producing multiple DC TV shows, the producer revealed that he is working on Strange Adventures as well as a series centered on the Green Lantern mythology. Details have been extremely limited ever since the announcement was made at the WarnerMedia event. Over this year, they have slowly begun to reveal various details about what fans can look forward to with this latest iteration of the Emerald Knight.
While never revealing the identity of the two human Lanterns, Berlanti did reveal earlier that Sinestro would be a primary character in the series as it follows his origin story. Besides that, HBO Max has been vocal that their DC TV shows, including Green Lantern, would be getting movie-quality production, hinting that the budget will be very big, compared to The CW’s Arrowverse shows. While the series has been in active development, HBO Max had never technically given it a series order, but chances were never low on that.
Variety revealed that HBO Max has officially picked up Green Lantern to series, and will consist of 10 episodes for its first season. While Berlanti is producing, the series will officially be executive produced by Seth Grahame-Smith who will be the showrunner. Arrow co-creator and Arrowverse producer Marc Guggenheim is also involved as he’ll be writing for the series. No specific premiere date has been set as the show hasn’t gone into production just yet.
More info to come…
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