Quentin Tarantino is coming back to TV with limited series in 2023
While promoting his book “Cinema Speculation” in New York, filmmaker Quentin Tarantino said that he will be returning to TV directing and producing with an eight-episode limited series.
Tarantino would return to television with this project, which would be his first since directing two episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in 2005 (though he did not specify which seasons).
At the book signing, Tarantino revealed that he had written a play prior to making Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and that if he were to adapt a comic book for the big screen, he would like to see Marvel’s “Sgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos” brought to life on the silver screen.
While Tarantino has wanted to make a television show for a long time, he has been mum on the subject of whether or not he has already secured financing from a streaming network like Netflix, Apple TV, or Prime Video.
The idea of directing his own Star Trek movie appeared like it was coming together. He even tried to get J.J. Abrams, who directed the three most recent films in the saga, to direct the TV series, but it never happened.
Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino, known for Kill Bill and Pulp Fiction, has a new book out called “Cinema Speculation,” in which he recounts his life and career and includes articles about the movies that shaped him.