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[04/10/13 - 01:26 PM]
Syfy Unveils New Quarterly Multimedia Events "Ringworld," "Helix," "Dominion," "Unbreakable" and "Opposite Worlds"
The cable channel recaps its wave of announcements from its annual upfront presentation.

[04/10/13 - 12:54 PM]
Syfy Developing Two Classic Science Fiction Novels to Miniseries
Larry Niven's "Ringworld" and Arthur C. Clarke's "Childhood's End" will join Philip K. Dick's previously announced "The Man in the High Castle."

[04/05/04 - 12:00 AM]
Sci Fi Announces 2005-06 Plans, 'Farscape'S' Return







RINGWORLD (SYFY)
DEVELOPMENT HISTORY:
4/10/13
STATUS:
currently in development
DESCRIPTION:
(from Syfy's press release, April 2013) Ringworld -- In Ringworld, based on the Hugo Award-winning novel by Larry Niven, a hastily-assembled team of explorers travels to the farthest reaches of space to investigate a mind-blowing alien artifact called Ringworld - an artificial habitat the size of one million Earths. As they crash land on this enormous structure, they discover the remnants of ancient civilizations, technology beyond their wildest dreams, mysteries that shed light on the very origins of man and, most importantly, a possible salvation for a doomed Earth. Adapted by writer Michael Perry (The River, Paranormal Activity 2), Ringworld is being developed as a four-hour mini-series Syfy event. The project is a co-production of MGM Television and Universal Cable Productions (UCP), with MGM as the lead studio. Executive producers are William S. Todman and Edward Milstein.
CREW INFORMATION:
· Bob Mandel as EP (2004)
· Edward Milstein as EP
· Larry Niven as BOOK
· Michael Perry as WRTR
· Micky Hyman as EP (2004)
· William S. Todman as EP
GENRE(S):
· based on a book
· mini-series
STUDIO INFORMATION:
· MGM Television
· Universal Cable Productions