Bryan Cranston and Ronald D. Moore are teaming up as producers of a new anthology series based on the works of acclaimed sci-fi author Philip K. Dick. The series will be called Electric Dreams: The World of Philip K. Dick, and will premier on Channel 4 in the UK. There is no NA network that is attached to the project, but there are promises that the anthology will receive international releases in some form, in a timely manner. In addition to producing Moore will be writing the series, and Cranston will star in the anthology in some form. There will be ten episodes in the anthology, and each will be a standalone based on one of the many works of Philip K. Dick. Philip K. Dick published an astounding 44 novels and over 100 short stories, so there is no lack of work to inspire the anthology.
Philip K. Dick is probably best known for Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, which was the inspiration for the Blade Runner movie. Other notable adaptations of his work include A Scanner Darkly, Total Recall, Minority Report, and the recent Amazon Prime original The Man in the High Castle. We are very excited to hear this news, so we will bring you more updates as we can.