“Love, Simon” Director Greg Berlanti’s Working On A Series About A Bisexual Royal

 

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Greg Berlanti Announced A Series About A Bisexual Royal

Love, Simon director Greg Berlanti’s next project is about a bisexual royal.

Greg Berlanti has been known to be successful on television for a while now. He’s written for and produced many if not all of the DC tv shows in the “Arrowverse” like Arrow, the Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl.

On top of that, he’s also written and produced other television shows like Dawson’s Creek, Everwood, Blindspot, and Riverdale.

But, it was earlier this year that Berlanti made a name for himself as a movie creator after his successful project Love, Simon.

Now that Berlanti has even more collateral in Hollywood, what kind of series is he considering doing next? One about bisexual royalty.

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Variety reports that Greg Berlanti will be adapting the tv version of a young adult novel by Mackenzi Lee for Warner Bros TV.

The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue is still a relatively new book as it was published back in June 2017. The story follows a 17th century young bisexual British Lord who goes on a European adventure with his biracial best friend (whom he is in love with) and his sister.

Having earned multiple rave reviews, been listed on several “best of 2017” lists, and quickly garnered calls for a sequel, it’s no surprise that a live action adaption is on its way. Plus, the series will be helmed by possibly one of the most accomplished creators that Hollywood has today.

With 11 shows currently in production and several others coming in this upcoming 2018-2019 season, we’re amazed that Berlanti can keep track of it all. Greg Berlanti is a miracle man and a man who works hard for his career. The great tv empire that he’s built is only proof of that.

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