Stephen King’s “Carrie” Limited Series is in Development at FX

Chloë Grace Moretz in "Carrie"

Stephen King’s Carrie will be getting another screen adaptation, but this time it will be a television limited series.

The project, which was first reported by Collider, is in development at FX and it’s still in the early stages and a writer hasn’t been attached yet.

The book has had two film adaptations, with the latest being in 2013, starring Chloë Grace Moretz as Carrie and Julianne Moore as Margaret White. The first film adaptation was in 1976 and it starred Sissy Spacek as Carrie. There has also been a sequel made in 1999, a made for TV movie based on Carrie in 2002, and a Broadway musical in 1988.

Carrie isn’t the only Stephen King book currently being adapted for the screen as Jerusalem’s Lot is in development at Epix and it will star Adrien Brody, The Dark Half is being made into a movie at MGM, The Stand is set on CBS All Access, Castle Rock just finished their second season on Hulu, and The Outsider starring Ben Mendelsohn, Cynthia Erivo, and Jason Bateman will premier on HBO in January 2020.