«The Chronicles of Narnia» Will Become Multiple TV and Film Series at Netflix

The Chronicles of Narnia Will Become Multiple TV and Film

«The Chronicles of Narnia» will become a series of films and shows on Netflix, the streaming service has announced.

‘Chronicles of Narnia’ Series, Films in the Works at Netflix

“The Chronicles of Narnia” are coming to Netflix. The streaming giant announced Wednesday that it will develop new series and film projects based on C.S. Lewis’ iconic book series.

Netflix set to develop ‘The Chronicles of Narnia’ as TV

Netflix set to develop ‘The Chronicles of Narnia’ as TV and film series Save Aslan and Lucy in an image from The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian Multiple television and film projects

Chronicles of Narnia TV Series and Movies are Heading to

Netflix has announced that they will develop new The Chronicles of Narnia TV series and film projects based on C.S. Lewis’ beloved series. Under the terms of a multi-year deal between Netflix

Chronicles of Narnia Reboot Series and Movies Coming to

And now, Netflix has The Chronicles of Narnia. The streaming service announced today a plan to adapt C.S. Lewis’ books into both a new TV series and new films as well.

Chronicles of Narnia Series & Movies in the Works At Netflix

The Chronicles of Narnia novels have been adapted multiple times over the years, for radio, television, stage and film, most recently with the three films produced by Walden Media: 2005’s The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, 2008’s Prince Caspian and 2010’s The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.

Netflix developing multiple Chronicles of Narnia TV series

On Wednesday, October 3, the streamer announced plans to develop multiple television series and films based on C.S. Lewis’ seven-book fantasy series The Chronicles of Narnia.

Netflix to Create TV Series and Films Based on ‘Chronicles

Watch video · Under the terms of a multiyear deal between Netflix and The C.S. Lewis Company, Netflix will develop classic stories from across the Narnia universe into multiple projects. All series …

Netflix to develop The Chronicles Of Narnia across

The streaming juggernaut has announced plans to develop the Narnia series across multiple TV and film projects in conjunction with eOne and The C.S. Lewis Company, with whom Gordon had previously been developing the franchise.

The Chronicles of Narnia (film series) – Wikipedia

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (2008) Main article: The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian Prince Caspian , based on the novel of the same title , is the second film in the series and the last distributed by Walt Disney Pictures .

Release date: 1: 9 December 2005, 2: 16 May 2008, 3: 10 December 2010, 4 TBA

Chronicles Of Narnia TV Series & Movies In the Works At

C.S. Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia books are being retold on Netflix with new movies and TV series. Disney originally tried their hand at bringing The Chronicles of Narnia to life over a decade ago. They produced and co-financed two big screen adventures in The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe and Prince Caspian. The first film was a massive hit with close to a $750 million worldwide gross, but the sequel …

Official: Netflix Developing New Narnia Movies and Series

It’s official! C.S. Lewis’s beloved classic series The Chronicles of Narnia is headed to Netflix, according to a post shared on the official Narnia Facebook page. Series and Feature Films. Netflix will develop “new series and film projects” based on The Chronicles of Narnia.

Netflix is making Chronicles of Narnia into new series

Oct 03, 2018 · TV and Movies Netflix is making Chronicles of Narnia into new series, movies. Get ready for the lion, the witch, the wardrobe, and the streaming service.

Netflix will adapt The Chronicles of Narnia into a series

The Chronicles of Narnia is set to become a streaming franchise. The official Facebook page for C.S. Lewis’ beloved fantasy series announced Wednesday that Netflix has signed a multi-year deal with The C.S. Lewis Company to produce both series and films based on the Narnia world and its characters. Netflix confirmed the news with its own copy of the statement released to the press.