Updated November 16, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. EST: A source with knowledge of the situation has told Newsarama that no deal has been signed, and that the talks are in the preliminary stages.
Original Story: The CW has ordered a pilot for a prospective live-action television series based on Valiant Entertainment's Doctor Mirage, according to Deadline. Annabelle screenwriter Gary Dauberman will reportedly write the pilot, as well as act as an executive producer. Valiant reached the deal with the CW in partnership with DMG Entertainment.
Originally created in 1993 by Bob Layton and Bernand Chang, the franchise was revitalized in recent years by Valiant with two miniseries. Doctor Mirage is paranormal investigator Shan Fong, who can communite with departed souls - with the exception of her late husband, Hwen.
This will be the CW's sixth television series based on comic books, following Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, iZombie, and the upcoming Riverdale.
No production schedule or planned debut date was given for the untitled Doctor Mirage series.