Stephen King shares his thoughts on the new TV adaptation of The Stand

After spending some five years in development as a feature, it was announced this past January that filmmaker Josh Boone’s (The Fault in Our Stars) adaptation of Stephen King’s post-apocalyptic epic The Stand is heading to the small screen, with CBS All Access granting the project a ten-episode season order.

Appearing on the Post Mortem Podcast, hosted by Mick Garris (director of the 1994 TV miniseries), King has shared his thoughts on this new adaptation, as well as giving a brief update on its progress.

“I like Josh Boone’s work,” said King. “I actually worked with him on his first feature (2012’s Stuck in Love). I couldn’t act in it, which is what he wanted me to do, so I had to be an audio thing. And then he did The Fault in Our Stars, which I thought showed his grasp of the medium. I like him a lot.
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