AfterShock’s ‘Undone by Blood’ To Be Adapted For TV By The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus
by Olly MacNamee
Lonnie Nadler, Zac Thompson and Sami Kivela’s AfterShock Neo-western series, Undone By Blood, will be adapted for television by Norman Reedus‘ (bigbaldhead productions), JoAnne Colonna (Brillstein Entertainment) and Amanda Verdon (former AMC exec).
Here’s. reminder of the series now, to give you an idea of what to expect from the series:
In the early 1970s, Ethel Grady Lane returns to her hometown of Sweetheart, Arizona with one thing on her mind: killing the man who murdered her family. But first, she’ll have to find him.
As Ethel navigates the eccentric town and its inhabitants, she learns that the quaint veneer hides a brewing darkness. She has no choice but to descend into a ring of depravity and violence, with her only ally an Old West novel that follows famed gunslinger Solomon Eaton. As both stories unfold simultaneously, a love of fiction informs choices in reality, for better or worse.
bigbaldhead’s Norman Reedus, JoAnne Colonna, and Amanda Verdon will executive produce along with AfterShock Comics’ Lee Kramer and Jon Kramer. Lonnie Nadler and Zac Thompson who will co-executive produce. And, there is talk of Reedus himself starring in the show when it does get to TV.
You can read Rachel Bellwoar’s review of the debut issue here and catch a preview here.