US cable network SyFy (formerly Sci-Fi Channel) is set to air a TV adaptation of Stephen King’s horror Children of the Corn, although no date has been announced yet, reports TBI. Corn, which is produced by Fox TV Studios and Starz-owned Anchor Bay Entertainment will air in September and will star Heroes’ David Anders, Dexter’s Preston Bailey and Battlestar Galactica’s Kandyse McClure. It will be directed by Donald P Borcher, who was a producer on the original feature film. Former Vietnam vet Burt’s marriage to Vicky is on the rocks, but Burt hopes to rekindle their old flame with a second honeymoon driving trip. Unfortunately, their journey takes them into the heart of darkness — a seemingly deserted rural community that conceals a grim secret among its rows of tall corn…
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