- Ronald D. Moore once adapted “Outlander” as a series.
- Now Moore wants to bring the fantasy series “The Empire of the Seven Courts” to Hulu.
- Like “Outlander”, “The Empire of the Seven Courts” is pure supernatural romance.
The “Outlander” creator and the novelist write a pilot script together, including the one Hollywood Reporter reports.
This is “The Kingdom of the Seven Courts”
So far 5 novels have been published since 2015 from the fantasy series by Sarah J. Maas. As with “Outlander”, this is a supernatural story with a lot of romance!
The 19-year-old human hunter Feyre is kidnapped in the first book as punishment in the legendary realm of the Fae. Because she killed a fairy wolf. Tamlin, her kidnapper, turns out to be one of the 7 lords of the fairy realm. Feyre falls in love with him and does everything possible to break an ancient curse to save Tamlin.
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Mysticism, magic, romance, a protagonist and an enchanting setting – basically all the ingredients that made “Outlander” so successful are also present in the “The Empire of the Seven Courts” series. However, this is – in contrast to “Outlander” – more of a young adult story.
On the other hand, Ronald D. Moore’s other series “Outlander” recently became 3 major actors known for season 6
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|Genre||Drama, adventure, fantasy, love story|
|First broadcast in Germany||
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