The Twilight Saga, the popular novel series written by Stephenie Meyer, is reportedly set to receive a television adaptation.


The romantic series was adapted into five blockbuster films from 2008 to 2012, starring Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart as the lead characters Edward Cullen and Bella Swan respectively.

According to recent reports by Variety, Lionsgate's TV division is in talks to adapt the novels into a television series.

The news came after HBO confirmed its official TV adaptation of the beloved Harry Potter novels. The reports suggest that Wyck Godfrey and Erik Feig are attached as executive producer.

Feig, the former co-president of Lionsgate Motion Picture Group, and Godfrey, who produced the five Twilight films under his production company Temple Hill, have a history with the franchise.

Stephenie Meyer, the writer of the Twilight novels, is also expected to be involved in the potential series.

The adaptation will give fans of the franchise a chance to revisit the romantic vampire story that captured the hearts of millions of readers worldwide.

The Twilight novels revolve around a young human girl, Bella Swan, who falls in love with a vampire named Edward Cullen.

The series is known for its blend of romance and fantasy, and has a massive fan following worldwide. The books have sold over 100 million copies

The television adaptation of the Twilight series will give fans the opportunity to experience the story in a new way.

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