1999 Thriller ‘Cruel Intentions’ To Get The Revival Treatment | TV News
The resurgence of old classics from the not-so-distant 1990s has seen many classics return to our TV screens, a trend which is set to continue as Cruel Intentions is hinted at to be the next show to get the revival treatment.
The 1999 thriller has been written in the form of a TV series for NBC, but it was unclear if anyone of the original cast would return to reprise their roles. Such concerns were put to bed when Sarah Michelle Gellar announced her reprisal of her role as Kathryn Merteuil.
Add to that the original writer and director of the film, Roger Kumble is set to direct the pilot all seems to have fitted into place, the series produced by Neal Moritz and with Lindsey Rosin and Jordan Ross to serve as co-writers and executive producers.
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