Wednesday, October 27th, 2021

System shock live-action TV series during work

Binge and Nightdive Studios are working together to create a live-action series based on the acclaimed System Shock franchise.

IGN deciphered the message in cyberspace and discovered that System Shock was used in a live-action television series produced by Allan Ungar, who directed and co-authored the much-talked-about Uncharted fan film a few years ago. Stephen Kick and Larry Kuperman of Nightdive Studios are both executive producers of the project.

The original System Shock game drops the player into the Citadel station. There, a comatose hacker wakes up from a coma, plunges into the twisted aftermath of a rebellion, and soon faces a cyborg army, a robot, and a corrupted AI named SHODAN that controls it. Threatens to unleash maneuvers and horrors on the space station.

“I have always believed in a live-action version of System Shock. Kick, CEO and founder of Nightdive, said: “I’m very excited to see Binge’s talented team bring System Shock. To live in a horribly realistic and new way.”

Live-action system shock The series will only be released on Binge, a brand new streaming platform aimed at providing premium entertainment to gamers. Launched in 2022, Binge’s streaming service includes a library of original series and shows inspired by popular video games that are streamed for free on internet-connected devices.

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System Shock joins Binge’s original content slate. This includes an adaptation of the driver video game “Focusing on Undercover Investigators and Former Rally Driver John Tanner Trying to Defeat Crime Syndicates”. The series is produced by Vincent Talenti of Ungar and Binge and includes a team of executive producers from Ubisoft Film & Television.

Adele Ankers is a freelance writer for IGN. Follow her on Twitter.