Neil Gaiman’s Dead Boy Detectives Series Ordered At HBO Max
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HBO Max has ordered a series pilot about the Dead Boy Detectives, the supernatural mystery crime comics created by Neil Gaiman. The DC Comics characters named Charles Rowland and Edwin Paine are two ghosts of dead children. Rather than peacefully entering into the afterlife, they opt to hang around on Earth to investigate the world's strangest supernatural crimes. The pair of characters first appeared in The Sandman #25 back in 1991. According to Variety, sources say a pilot for a one-hour series is coming from the streaming service. A director has not been named yet, but shooting is set to begin in November. As of now, it's known that Steve Yockey is writing and executive producing the pilot. Jeremy Carver, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, and David Madden are also pegged to executive produce.More...

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