Bill O'Reilly's 'Killing Kennedy' will be adapted as a National Geographic special
National Geographic and director Ridley Scott, the producers behind the adaptation of O'Reilly's 'Killing Lincoln,' will also take on 'Killing Kennedy.'
Bill O’Reilly’s newest book, “Killing Kennedy,” will be adapted for television by National Geographic, with production slated to begin this spring.Skip to next paragraph
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O’Reilly’s book “Killing Lincoln,” co-written, like “Kennedy,” with writer Martin Dugard, was also adapted for TV by National Geographic, and the special is scheduled to air this February. Director Ridley Scott is producing both adaptations. The “Kennedy” adaptation will be two hours.
“Producing Bill O’Reilly’s follow-up was a no-brainer and will be yet another story that will resonate with our audience,” National Geographic Channel president Howard Owens said in a statement.