Hollywood might not be known as the most patient of industries, but sometimes, good things do come to those who wait. Like “MacGruber
” fans, who have spent the last decade beating the drum for a sequel to the Jorma Taccone
-directed comedy, a cult classic that made less than $10 million when it was released in theaters but has continued to win fans for its ability to turn one “Saturday Night Live
” sketch series into an actually viable feature-length film. Bolstered by a wacky charms of star and co-writer Will Forte
” is now poised to get another life, this time in the form of a television series that promises to be just as out-there and adult-oriented as its comically bloody cinematic predecessor.
“The state of ‘MacGruber
’ right now is, we’re trying to see if somebody will let us make it as a TV series,” Forte said in a recent interview with IndieWire