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Posted: 15:32:28 on July 02 2002
By: Steve Krutzler
Dept: General Genre/SciFi

The NBC network has announced plans for a new television movie based on Stephen King's CARRIE, the same novel that spawned the Brian de Palma and Sissy Spacek film of 1976. Among the personnel involved in this latest production are STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION producer and director David Livingston, who most recently directed ENTERPRISE's "Strange New World" and "Shuttlepod One," and David Carson, who directed TNG's "Yesterday's Enterprise" and the motion picture debut for the series, GENERATIONS. Livingston serves as line producer on CARRIE and Carson is directing the film in Vancouver. The movie will premiere on NBC in the fall.

Meanwhile TREK vet Michael Piller is enjoying unprecedented success with his Stephen King adaptation, THE DEAD ZONE, currently bringing in stellar ratings for USA Network. The series third episode garnered a 4.7 overnight rating, the same number gathered by its premiere episode on June 16th, according to Broadcasting & Cable. The debut episode went on to become the most watched cable television series premiere ever.

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