DC Entertainment’s ‘Global Frequency’ Heads To FOX

Global Frequency #7 (of 12)

Global Frequency #7 (of 12)

Yet another DC property may be heading to the small screen, as FOX has ordered a full pilot episode for an adaptation of Global Frequency. Global Frequency was 12-issue limited science fiction series which ran from 2002 to 2004 and was published under DC’s Wildstorm imprint. The series was written by Warren Ellis (Moon Knight, Hellblazer) and drawn by various artists. The critically-acclaimed title was also nominated for an Eisner Award in 2002 for “Best Limited Series”.

The potential FOX series will be executive produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and Jonathan Littman, who both serve as executive producers on CSI and several other projects throughout the years, as well as Rockne S. O’Bannon (Farscape, Defiance) and Warren Ellis himself. KristieAnne Reed (Hostages) has been revealed as co-producer. Rockne S. O’Bannon, who has recently penned an episode of NBC’s Constantine, is set to write the pilot.

It’s very easy to lose count of how many DC properties are currently in production or are already airing on television. As of right now Gotham, Arrow, The Flash, and Constantine are currently airing on different networks with varying success, while iZombie is set to premiere in 2015. As far as potential DC series go, Supergirl, Titans, and several other shows are currently in production as well. We can now add Global Frequency to that list. Considering the source material and the names attached to the project, does Global Frequency sound like something you’d like to see? Feel free to let us know in the comments.