SOURCE CODE gets a CBS television series

For those of you are fans of the motion picture SOURCE CODE which was released earlier this year starring Jake Gyllenhaal, there’s some good news for you. Producer Mark Gordon has chosen to adapt the film into a television series for CBS.

According to the report, “like the film on which it is based, the action/procedural follows three former federal agents who are part of a top-secret program. Each week, they’ll use “Source Code” technology to jump into the consciousness of people involved in tragic events.”

I personally have not yet been able to see the film but have heard that the plot is very engaging. An attribute that drives all of the best films and even more so TV series. There isn’t any additional information on whether or not the series will continue from the point that the film left off but I suppose we all find out soon enough.

Gordon (Grey’s Anatomy, Criminal Minds) and Steve Maeda (Lie to Me, Lost) has been brought on to write it. What are your thought’s on the movie being made into a TV series?

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

Previous post

Album Review: Alesia - Housse De Racket

Next post


The Author

Sean Guard

Sean Guard

In high school, Sean wanted to punch the subject of English right in its face. By far his best class, he hated doing research and writing papers. Ten + years later, he is an aspiring writer. It would seem that career goal of leading the New York Knicks to an NBA championship didn’t quite pan out. He started writing film reviews just over a year ago and became a movie buff even further back than that. He’s dabbled in fiction, poetry and random articles filled with nothingness on his way to hopefully one day becoming a published author. Hopes high, right now he’s over there sitting in the corner with his fingers crossed. Visit his blog -