According to The Hollywood Reporter, Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis are returning to ABC for another fantasy series.
Entitled “Epic”, the production was recently acquired by the broadcaster and is described as “a romantic anthology that will reinvent fairy tales for a new audience”. The intellectual property of Walt Disney Studios will be used for the project.
Brigitte Hales will be one of the show’s writers and producers.
No other information was revealed.
Kitsis and Horowitz rose to fame as screenwriters and producers of the legendary “Lost” series before directing the fantasy drama “Once Upon a Time”. The series spanned seven seasons and 155 episodes, featuring new storylines for classic fairytale characters – including Snow White, Evil Queen, Little Red Riding Hood, Mulan, and many more.
Commercial success and strong critical reception resulted in a spin-off titled “Once Upon a Time in Wonderland”, which only lasted one season and revolved around the classic novel “Alice in Wonderland” .
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