J.J. Abrams to Develop Rod Serling’s Final Work for TV

J.J. Abrams and his company Bad Robot Productions have obtained the rights to Rod Serling’s final completed work before his dead in June 1975 and plan to develop it into a limited “event” series for television, to be distributed through Warner Bros. TV and shopped to networks and cable channels.

No details have been released about the plot of the project, titled “The Stops Along the Way,” and there are conflicting reports about whether it was originally intended for television or the big screen. Variety states it was planned as a TV miniseries in the 1970s while Deadline calls it an Serling’s “unproduced last feature script.”

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