'Brave New World' is reportedly coming to TV network Syfy

Syfy is also the home of the upcoming adaptation of Lev Grossman's critically acclaimed novel 'The Magicians.'

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    'Brave New World' is by Aldous Huxley.
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A TV adaptation of Aldous Huxley’s classic novel “Brave New World” is coming to TV.

The network Syfy will air the adaptation and it’s being produced by Steven Spielberg’s production company Amblin’ Television, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

“Brave” was first released in 1932. Previous adaptations include a TV movie that starred “Star Trek” actor Leonard Nimoy and Peter Gallagher of the Broadway production “On the Twentieth Century.”

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Syfy is also the home of the upcoming TV adaptation of Lev Grossman’s novel “The Magicians.” 


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