Ira Levin's classic horror novel 'Rosemary's Baby' will be getting further adaptation and will this time be heading for the medium of television. NBC have confirmed that a new four hour miniseries is being developed for the small screen and will air sometime in 2014. Lionsgate Television will product whilst co-writers Scott Abbott ('Queen of the Damned') and James Wong ('Final Destination') are working on the script. Polish director Agnieszka Holland ('The Killing') is set to helm the new TV project but as yet no cast are on board. Casting for all the familiar roles from the book are set to kick off in Paris in January.
'Rosemary's Baby' was originally turned into a cult horror feature back in 1968 by filmmaker Roman Polanski.
"This version of the story will revolve around a young married couple who move into a Paris apartment that has a haunted past. After getting pregnant, the wife becomes increasingly suspicious that both her husband and their neighbors will have ulterior motives when her child is born."