- MTV has greenlit a pilot based on the 'Scream' movies
- Director Wes Craven is in talks to helm the one-hour pilot
- If ordered to series, 'Scream' would debut in summer 2014
The big-screen "Scream" franchise could be coming to MTV. The cable network has greenlit a pilot based on the films.
MTV and Dimension Films' one-hour pilot will attempt to reinvent the 1996 horror-comedy that spawned three sequels.
The partners are in talks with the original film's director, Wes Craven, to helm the one-hour pilot; there's no deal yet for a writer. If ordered to series, "Scream" would debut in the summer of 2014.
MTV also announced a third season of "Snooki & JWoww," along with three new series:
-- Docu-drama "Generation Cryo" "explores the issues faced by a new generation of kids coming of age who were conceived via anonymous sperm donors and are redefining what it means to be a family."
-- "Nurse Nation" (working title) is a new docu-series that follows nine 20-something travel nurses all assigned to work at a new hospital in a brand new city for 13 weeks.
-- "The Hook Up" (working title), hosted by Andrew Schulz of MTV2's series "Guy Code," is a weekday afternoon dating show where singles looking for a match will choose from four potential suitors based on their social media history.