Alex Garland’s FX Series Will Be Science Fiction Similar to ‘Ex Machina’ and ‘Never Let Me Go’

IndieWire | 2/9/2018 | Staff
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Alex Garland is getting ready to make his mark on television. The “Annihilation” director signed a deal with FX Productions last July to develop, write, and produce new television projects, and it appears he’s cracked the idea for his first series. Garland recently told Fandango (via The Playlist) that he’ll be going back to his more intimate science-fiction roots with his new series.

“It’s a sort of science fiction, but it’s a much more technology based science fiction whereas ‘Annihilation’ is a more hallucinogenic form of sci fi and a more fantastical form of sci fi,” Garland said. “This is slightly more in common with projects I’ve worked on like ‘Ex Machina‘ or ‘Never Let Me Go,’ which are taking something about our world now — not our world in the future, but our world as it is...
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