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Amazon has ordered a series called ‘Tales From the Loop,’ a science fiction drama from “Legion” writer Nathaniel Halpern. Yes, we will finally get series based on the art of Simon Stålenhag! The whole thing is a co-production with Fox 21 Television Studios.
“Simon Stålenhag’s paintings are renowned for their vision of a not-too-distant, futuristic landscape. We are looking forward to bringing that to life and sharing it with our Prime Video audience,” stated Albert Cheng, co-head of television, Amazon Studios.
Halpern will act as showrunner and executive producer for the series. Matt Reeves (“The Batman”), Adam Kassan (“The Passage”) and Rafi Crohn (“The Passage”) will also exec produce. Mark Romanek (“Never Let Me Go”) is said to direct the pilot and exec produce the series. Also, Mattias Montero, Johan Lindström, and Samantha Taylor Pickett will exec produce for Swedish production and management company Indio.
“Nathaniel is a gifted storyteller who shares our passion for creating soulful, human stories that push the boundaries of genre programming and we’re thrilled to be working with him on this series,” pointed out Sharon Tal Yguado, head of scripted genre programming, Amazon Studios.
“I was immediately intrigued by the idea of bringing Stålenhag’s incredible paintings to life, but it’s Nathaniel’s deeply inspired vision for this world, and the stories he has created from an incredibly passionate and emotional place, that will drive this series and its storytelling. Together with Mark’s brilliant visual sensibility and unique point of view, it makes this a truly exceptional project and the perfect one to partner with Amazon in our studio’s first direct-to-series order at the streamer,” said Jane Francis, executive vice president of Fox 21 Television Studios.