SyFy is reportedly gearing up a pair of projects by Grant Morrison for television.
First up is an adaptation of Aldous Huxley's Brave New World. Announced last year, Morrison is now attached to pen the adaptation of Brave New World alongside Crank's Brian Taylor, and will also serve as executive producer.
Huxley's 1931 dystopian sci-fi novel takes place over 600 years in the future, and focuses on new ideas about technology and society, centering on a drug called Soma.
Second, SyFy will produce an adaptation of Morrison's graphic novel Happy!. Co-created with artist Darick Robertson, Happy! is a dark comedy about an ex-cop turned hitman who meets an imaginary blue horse.
No schedule for either show has been stated.