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''Transformers'' Credited For ''Knight Rider'' TV Return

By bwbm on Friday, September 28, 2007



The once-popular "Knight Rider" franchise has been tapped by NBC to return to television by autumn of 2008, reports ENewsI.

Citing the Daily Variety, our sister-site reports that NBC has called upon Doug Liman ("Bourne Identity," "Mr. and Mrs. Smith) to produce and possibly direct a two-hour long movie to gauge interest in the show. If the interest is high enough, a full-blown series will be produced.

What is interesting though, is that the studios have cited the recent success of the movie of another 80's property "Transformers" as the reason why the network is attempting to revive the franchise in the first place.

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