‘Supernatural” creator Eric Kripke – who was attached to develop a TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed comic book series “The Sandman” – says the project is not happening, as reported by THR.
“Unfortunately, for a lot of varying reasons, Sandman is not in the works, at least for this season,” Kripke explained.
In September, Warner Bros. TV named Kripke as its top choice to develop the fantasy series when the company was working to acquire the television rights from sister company DC Entertainment.
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