Dark Woods, a scripted podcast series for Dick Wolfs Wolf Entertainment, is being made into a television adaptation.
The podcast stars Corey Stoll, Monica Raymind and Reidt Scott, and tells the story of a suspicious death of an individual who was homeless in the redwood forest in California.
Universal Television is developing a series adaptation. It follows the footsteps of its sister Universal Studio Group that managed to improve a number of podcasts for the small-screen, including Dr. Death, starring Joshua Jackson, for Peacock, and the TV series Tom and the TV series Ghost Show, and the movie film From the Moon.
The studio, too, recently launched its own podcast division, USG Audio. This includes alligator candy, The Lost Kids, The Followers: Madness of Two and Close To Death.
The discovery reveals the shocking truth of a crime, which happens to the United States of the Redwoods at the end of November with an apparent twist in the plot of unlawful marijuana planting sites and the massive police force reopening its own city a day earlier this month. Deadline has released the resurgence of Dark Woods for which a human soul is found in the dark woods of the United States, with two distinct ex-spouses, a stubborn game warden and a charisma
The series is produced by Wolf Entertainment and Endavor Content in association with Waverunner Studios. Written by David Pergolini and directed by Takashi Doscher, it's exec from Dick Wolf and Elliot Wolf. The show is directed by David Pergolini, and produced by Dick Wolf and Elliot Wolf, the series is composed by Wolf and Endeavor Content.
The series will be exec produced by Dick Wolf and Elliot Wolf, as well as Arthur W. Forney and Peter Jankowski.
Elliot Wolf, who is responsible for the project at Wolf Entertainment in his role as EVP, Digital, said: We've always been eager to develop this story for television, and we are thrilled that our partners at Universal Television share that vision.
WME Digital created a Dark Woods podcast and WME represents the Wolf Entertainment.