Fox Developing Rambo & Son TV Series With Sylvester Stallone

Posted: Dec 3 2015, 7:56am CST | by , in News | Latest TV News

Fox Developing Rambo & Son TV Series With Sylvester Stallone
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  • FOX to develop Rambo & Son TV series!

The network has finally developed a deal for the series with Sylvester Stallone as executive producer.

FOX network has finalized the deal for Rambo: New Blood, a TV series. The TV series will be based on the long favourite franchise. The deal has been developed after lengthy negotiations with Sylvester Stallone. Stallone will also act as an executive producer on the upcoming TV series.

Report on Stallone’s role in the series is conflicting as it is not confirmed if he will act in the series. Although it’s safe to believe Stallone was definitely offered the chance to do so. The series will focus on the character of Rambo and his son, according to Deadline.

The role of Rambo the famous renegade soldier will be reprised. Stallone has played Rambo in all four versions of the film to date. The series will be written by feature writer Jeb Stuart who also wrote Die Hard. The TV series will pay homage to the character of Rambo. The series will explore the complex relationship between Rambo and his son, J.R.

The new character J.R. will be an ex-Navy SEAL not featured in the Rambo films ever before. The logline of the series also suggests Rambo will be a central character of the series. The character of Rambo will not be restricted to the occasional appearances.

The Rambo TV series will be produced by eOne in partnership with Millenium Films. Rambo: New Blood is in line as another TV series based on features films. Other networks such as NBC also gave an order to form a series on Taken and Cruel intentions.

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