Syfy’s Booster Gold TV Project Is Still In Play Syfy’s Booster Gold TV Project Is Still In Play
Andrew Kreisberg gives an update on the Booster Gold TV project Syfy’s Booster Gold TV Project Is Still In Play

It seems like it has been since the last press tour that we got updates on Syfy’s TV adaptation of DC Comics’ Booster Gold character. Thankfully, we now have a – perhaps small – update.

At this year’s Comic-Con International in San Diego, we caught up with producer-writer Andrew Kreisberg, who, in addition to his work on the upcoming CW series Arrow, is also soon to turn in a script for Booster.

“Yes! I’m actually turning that in next month,” he said in the interview we posted at GreenArrowTV. “It was very cool; I got to meet Dan Jurgens last night, who created the character and the comic book, who I had never met before. So I spent a lot of time explaining to him what a fan I was, so he didn’t think I was some random gun for hire who was going to ruin his baby.”

Syfy’s development process goes on a bit longer than most broadcast networks, but with Kreisberg name-checking Buffy and Doctor Who during the interview, chances are good that Booster Gold will be in the right hands.


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