‘The Truman Show’ To Be Turned Into TV Show | TV News
The film The Truman Show which starred Jim Carey may be turned into a TV show to be produced by Paramount. The plot of the 1998 film focuses on Carey, adopted by a television network and placed in a built TV set where his friends and family are actors. Carey is the only one who believes this world is real and his life is broadcasted to viewers 24 hours a day. He later figures out the truth and plots to escape his fake reality into the real world. In other film-to-TV news, the Coen Brothers’ film Fargo has also been turned into a TV show, starring Martin Freeman as an insurance salesman constantly nagged by his wife who falls for a manipulative stranger played by Billy Bob Thornton, and will premiere tomorrow (April 15) on FX and on April 20 on Channel 4 in the UK.
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