NBC Is Making A Sequel To ‘Alice In Wonderland’

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01.29.13 11 Comments

Once upon a time, meaning now, in the faraway land of Get Out of My F*cking Way, Yah Filthy Vagrant, or as its known to the working class, New York City, an intern named Gary was in charge of ordering pilots for NBC. He, and therefore the network, had officially run out of new stories nine years prior, but that hadn’t stopped him/them before. Gary, who had brainstormed rebooting Knight Rider after discovering an episode of the original series in his grandmother’s basement, needed a fresh(ish) idea. So he Google’d “blonde girl,” and there he met Alice.

NBC has greenlighted Wonderland, a drama pilot set in the world of Lewis Carroll’s Alice In Wonderland that is executive produced by CSI creator Anthony Zuiker.

Wonderland is set in modern times and centers on Alice and a new character, Clara. Seven years ago, Clara’s life took an unexplained turn for the worse, and a mysterious stranger tells her there may be an explanation after all… an explanation that lies in the fantastical world of Wonderland. To revive her dreams and get her life back on track, Clara must wage war against Wonderland’s reigning Queen, the woman we once knew as Alice. (Via)

Gary took his own life after the miserable reaction to Wonderland‘s dubstep flashmob episode. THE END.

(Via Deadline)

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