The Ascendant tv series seems to have found a home. As reported before, Lionsgate decided not to finish of the final installment of the Divergent series in theaters.

After seeing diminishing box office returns, Lionsgate opted to first slash the budget on Ascendant before dropping the feature completely. Ascendant was originally poised to debut June 9, 2017, but after the franchise’s third installment, Allegiant grossed a mere $66 million domestically Lionsgate began to rethink its strategy for the fourth film based on Veronica Roth’s book series.

Now, THR reports that premium cable network Starz is developing Ascendant for TV. Writer Adam Cozad is attached to pen the script as producers. Cozad will exec produce alongside Lee Toland Krieger after they were both previously set to write and direct what would have been the fourth movie in the Divergent franchise.

It is unclear if the original cast would stay on board to finish the series although Shailene Woodley has stated “I signed up to tell the whole story of Tris, and I would love to be able to do that. Nothing would make me happier.”

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