“Frankenstein” is coming to series TV.
Fox is ordered the cop horror drama “The Frankenstein Code.” The Fox Network greenlighted a new “Frankenstein” drama called “The Frankenstein Code, which will be executive produced by Howard Gordon.
“The Frankenstein Code” joins a spate of supernatural dramas that have been coming to TV.
The Showtime series “Penny Dreadful” has a Dr.
Frankenstein and a creature too.
But that creature, played by Rory Kinnear, quotes romantic poetry.
The Fox series get its inspiration from the Mary Shelley novel.
The Frankenstein Code will be written and executive produced by Rand Ravich, who created Crisis and Life.
The series stars Rob Kazinsky as Jimmy Pritchard, a retired cop who is brought back from the dead.
The show also stars Dilshad Vadsaria as Mary, Adhir Kalyan who starred in “Rules of Engagement,” as Otto Goodwin one of the men who brings the new Prometheus to life, along with Tim DeKay as Duval Pritchard and Ciara Bravo as Gracie Pritchard.
The horror-drama will be co-executive produced by Hugh Fitzpatrick (“Tyrant”) with Michael Cuesta who will be directing the pilot.
“The Frankenstein Code” joins “Rosewood,” Fox’s new medical drama starring Morris Chestnut as Miami’s top pathologist, Dr.
Beaumont Rosewood Jr.
“Scream Queens,” “Rosewood” and “The X-Files.” “Minority Report” and “Lucifer” were also renewed.