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[08/07/14 - 11:42 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, August 7
Updates include: Christopher Menaul to helm National Geographic Channel's "Killing Jesus"; "Arrow's" Robert Knepper to visit The CW's "The Flash"; and CBS gives early pilot order to "Austen's Razor."

[03/18/14 - 11:37 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, March 18
Updates include: David Cross to play the "Dead Boss" on FOX; Sally Hawkins, Catherine Keener bound for FX's "How and Why"; and CBS places its single-camera comedy pilot "Taxi-22" on hold.

[03/25/13 - 12:51 PM]
National Geographic Channel Partners with Scott Free Productions to Produce Best-Selling Author Bill O'Reilly's Next Anticipated Best-Seller "Killing Jesus"
The announcement comes as the network is also in pre-production on the film adaptation of "Killing Kennedy," expected to air later this year.







KILLING JESUS (NGC)
BROADCAST HISTORY:
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STATUS:
telefilm/mini-series greenlighted
DESCRIPTION:
(from National Geographic Channel's press release, March 2013) With the record-breaking success of the National Geographic Channel (NGC) factual drama of Bill O'Reilly's best-selling history "Killing Lincoln," NGC President Howard T. Owens announced today that the network will once again join forces with Scott Free Productions to produce a film based on "Killing Jesus: A History," the recently announced book from O'Reilly with co-author Martin Dugard, to be published by Henry Holt and Company on Sept. 24, 2013. The announcement comes as the network is also in pre-production on the film adaptation of "Killing Kennedy," expected to air globally on National Geographic Channels later this year. Killing Jesus is part of NGC's commitment to authentic entertainment that challenges perceptions and expands understanding of stories you think you know with smart and imaginative storytelling. Not a new theme for the network, NGC has a rich history of producing thought-provoking programming on religious topics, such as the highly regarded special Gospel of Judas. The factual drama will be true to the incredibly popular narrative storytelling devices used by O'Reilly in his previous two books, telling the story of Jesus of Nazareth as a beloved and controversial young revolutionary brutally killed by Roman soldiers and recounting the seismic political and historical events that made his death inevitable and the changes that his life brought upon the world for the centuries to follow.
CREW INFORMATION:
· ??? as DIR
· Bill O'Reilly as BOOK
· David W. Zucker as EP
· Martin Dugard as BOOK
· Ridley Scott as EP
· Walon Green as WRTR/EP
GENRE(S):
· based on a book
· mini-series
STUDIO INFORMATION:
· Scott Free Productions