J.J. Abrams brings a Pulp Fiction like project to television

J.J. Abrams has been a very busy man these past few months. According to TV Guide, his company, Bad Robot, is developing yet another series – entitled Pulp – with a very Pulp Fiction tone to it. Apparently, this new show will be a crime drama set in a slightly heightened reality, quite like Quentin Tarantino’s classic 1994 movie.

Lost, Fringe and Alias’ veteran writers, Monica Breen and Alison Schapker, have penned the script for Pulp. If the show is picked up by a network, they would also serve as executive producers.

This is the fourth project of Abrams that can be ordered for the next Fall Season. The others are Alcatraz, with Jorge Garcia, on FOX, Odd Jobs (with Michael Emerson and Terry O’Quinn) at NBC, and an untitled crime thriller with screenwriter Jonathan Nolan at CBS.


Add Comment

Why Wynn Duffy Was the Worst Character on Justified
Why George Hearst Was the Worst Character in Deadwood
The Connection Between Virgin River and Britney Spears
What The Pokemon Live-Action Series Needs To Avoid
The Top Five MCU Villains So Far
Five Awesome Movies Centering on Virtual Reality
Resident Evil Movies
Some Issues The New Resident Evil Movie Needs To Avoid
Was The Mandarin Done Justice In Shang-Chi?
10 Things You Didn’t Know about Arjun Bijlani
10 Things You Didn’t Know about Gabo Szabo
10 Things You Didn’t Know about Atoya Burleson
10 Things You Didn’t Know about Ariela Weinberg
Why You Should Read Spy x Family
Five Lesser Known Comic Villains You Should Know About
All MCU Phase 4 Villains Created by MCU’s Heroes
Is Marvel’s ‘What If…?’ Part of the MCU?
Three Villains That We Loved From “One Piece”
Anime You Should Watch: Redline
The Most Iconic Ninjutsus In Naruto
Saint Seiya: The Four Knights Ranked From Strongest to Weakest
The Top Five MCU Villains So Far
Why You Should Play Diablo 3
fortnite battle royale
The 10 Best Free To Play Games You Can Play Right Now
Knockout City Is a New PVP Worth Checking Out