At the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con, Berlanti spoke at a Q&A session following the screening of the pilot episode. He explained how he became interested in the Original Series:
"I watched the show in the 80s, I watched the re-runs of the 70s version of the show and I was a tremendous fan of it and I used to watch it when it was on every day on Nickelodeon. For a while, I wasn’t even sure what I had watched as this was long before TVR and even VCR and I got to college and I met Julie Plec in college and this was one of the shows we would talk about."
In 2011, Berlanti made a four-year production deal with Warner Bros. TV. On 08 October 2013, Variety.com reported that the deal had been extended to 2018. The same article reported that he is scheduled to direct the science-fiction movie Epsilon (written by Zombieland scribes Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick).
- ↑ The Tomorrow People debuts to mixed reviews at Comic-Con, Unrealitytv.com
- ↑ "The Tomorrow People" Finally Has Its Day, blogs.wsj.com
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Greg Berlanti Lands Major Deal Extension with Warner Bros. TV (Exclusive), variety.com, retrieved 08 October 2013
- ↑ 'Zombieland' Writers Sell Sci-Fi Project 'Epsilon' to Sony (Exclusive), hollywoodreporter.com, retrieved 08 October 2013