The Lost Symbol, the latest best-seller of Dan Brown’s, the pilot was picked up by NBC last year is now shifting their streaming service, Peacock. Robert Langdon’s, a Harvard symbologist, researches, artwork for clues about conspiracies and secret societies. will be captured for the series and his early adventures in which he’ll be solving some crazy and mortal cases and puzzles to thwart a global conspiracy and save his kidnapped mentor and also starring Rick Gonzalez, Beau Knapp, Eddie Izzard, Sumalee Montano, and Valorie Curry.
The Lost Symbol — at last!https://t.co/oiIhSaw1o5
— Dan Brown (@AuthorDanBrown) March 9, 2021
Susan Rovner, the chairman of NBCUniversal Television and Streaming in a recent interview shred how the team of the series were blown away by the pilot episode and also by the fact that it hit an enormous success rate and how there is a potential for it to become binge-worthy series now that it is being shifted to the sibling streaming service, peacock.
Dan brown added how they have been looking forward to making The Lost Symbol for quite some time and also appreciated Jay Beattie and Dan Dworkin for writing an exceptionally captivating script and also stated that the cast and performance are perfect.
It has many famous names as executive producers
Along with writers Dworkin and Beattie and Dan Brown, Anna Culp, Samie Kim Falvey, Ron Howard and Brian Grazer as executive producers. The series is being produced by Universal Television (a division of Universal Studio Group), Imagine Television Studios and CBS Studios.
The third novel, The Lost Symbol, of Robert Langdon books, in author Brown’s series. With Tom Hanks playing Langdon, Langdon novels have already sold millions of copies worldwide. The trio movies tarring him are 2016’s Inferno, 2009’s Angels & Demons and 2006’s The Da Vinci Code. All the movies had a big office collection and the story was intriguing and with Tom Hanks playing Landon, the movies had all eyes.