– The CW announces four new projects including “Wild Cards” and “Sight Unseen”
– “Wild Cards” is based on George R.R. Martin’s book series
– “Sight Unseen” focuses on a blind psychic and disgraced detective solving cases
The CW network has unveiled four new television projects in the pipeline, among which are two promising titles, “Wild Cards” and “Sight Unseen.” Based on the book series co-created by George R.R. Martin, “Wild Cards” tells the story of an alternate post-World War II world where a deadly virus has changed society’s rules, leaving some deformed and others with extraordinary abilities. On the other hand, “Sight Unseen” revolves around a blind psychic and a disgraced detective who team up to solve unusual cases in New Orleans.
Apart from these two titles, The CW is also developing a drama called “At the End of the World,” which follows the last group of people on Earth as they discover how they’ve survived an apocalyptic event. The show explores the concept of human relationships and survival in a post-apocalyptic world. Meanwhile, “Project 13” is a contemporary drama that chronicles the journey of a young art curator who discovers she has supernatural abilities when an ancient Egyptian relic enters her life.
These four new projects further solidify The CW’s reputation for bringing forward unique and captivating television dramas. Fans of George R.R. Martin, in particular, would be thrilled to witness the on-screen adaptation of “Wild Cards.” While it is not yet clear when these new titles will premiere, audiences can look forward to experiencing the captivating stories that these shows promise to offer.