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Apple TV+ Announces Neuromancer Adaptation, Cyberpunk Drama Series Coming Soon

Apple recently announced a television adaptation of William Gibson’s iconic cyberpunk novel “Neuromancer,” first published in 1984.

The new cyberpunk drama series, comprising of ten episodes, will be brought to life by creators Graham Roland and JD Dillard. Jointly produced by Anonymous Content and Skydance Television, the series will also involve DreamCrew Entertainment, owned by Drake. Roland will take on the role of showrunner, while Dillard is set to direct the pilot episode.

Describing the series, the press release for TV+ stated:

The storyline will revolve around Case, a skilled hacker, and his partner Molly, an assassin, embroiled in digital espionage and high-stakes crime. Together, they aim to execute a heist on a secretive corporate empire. The series will trace Case’s journey through…

The creators and executive producers of Apple TV+, Roland and Dillard expressed their enthusiasm for bringing this renowned work to audiences. Neuromancer has been a cornerstone of inspiration in the science fiction genre. The book has received accolades like the Hugo Award, Nebula Award, and Philip K. Dick Award, establishing itself as a pioneer in cyberpunk literature.

Gibson’s Neuromancer, part of the “Sprawl” trilogy, ushered in a new era with its forward-thinking exploration of cyberspace, virtual reality, and artificial intelligence. Gibson’s groundbreaking vision captivated readers with its gritty depiction of a technologically advanced future.

Apple TV+ houses a diverse array of original science fiction content, from acclaimed novels like “Foundation” and “Silo” to unique series such as “For All Mankind” and “Severance.” With a recent price hike to $9.99 per month in the U.S., Apple TV+ continues to establish itself as a destination for distinctive science fiction programming.

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