The Alan Wake TV show finds its network


After being initially announced in 2018, the Alan Wake television series, based on the video game of the same name, has received an exciting update.

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Game developers Remedy announced that AMC would work alongside the studio to make the show a reality, after the network behind breaking Bad and The Walking Dead bought the rights to the television series. Considering the few updates since the show was announced, this partnership bodes well for its evolution.

The announcement comes nearly 12 years to the day since the original Alan Wake was released, as it first launched on Xbox 360 on May 14, 2010.

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Alan Wake follows best-selling fictional author Alan Wake (Matthew Porretta) on a trip to a small town in Washington state where he hopes to shake off a prolonged writer’s block. What follows is an increasingly surreal experience that seems to bring to life the plot of his latest novel — which he has no recollection of writing —. Searching for his missing wife, Wake begins to question his own sanity. The extent to which the TV adaptation will stick to this story is currently unclear.


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