Amazon Prime Passes On ‘Silk: Spider Society’ Live-Action TV Series

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Recently, a report indicated that Prime Video has passed on the live-action Silk TV series from producers Christopher Miller and Phil Lord. The duo has been hard at work developing several live-action Spider-Man spin-off shows after their work on the Into the Spider-Verse trilogy. Recently, the duo began moving forward with a Spider-Man: Noir series starring Nicholas Cage. However, Silk has gone through multiple incarnations, including one that barely had Cindy Moon in it. We at Knight Edge Media reported that comic book writer Emily Kim (Quatman Leap, Avatar: The Last Airbender) was also involved in the show. Still, it is unknown how big the capacity is. The show could still land at another streaming service, but that is unknown at this point. Angela Kang (The Walking Dead) was originally tapped to showrun and executive produce the series.

Silk has no set release date

Source: Variety

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