Studio Dragon, Skydance Television team up to develop K-drama hit ‘Hotel Del Luna’ for a global audience
Studio Dragon, a subsidiary of CJ ENM in South Korea has partnered with Skydance Television to develop the wildly popular fantasy K-drama Hotel Del Luna to a global audience.
According to a press release from Skydance, the upcoming series will be developed and produced by Alison Schapker (Altered Carbon, Fringe), which is part of her overall deal with Skydance Television.
Bill Bost, President of Skydance Television said, “At its core, Hotel Del Luna is a spectacular visual fantasy grounded in a story about the importance of human connection, lost loves and unfinished business. We are excited to be partnering with Alison and Studio Dragon to bring this timeless story to a global audience.”
Meanwhile, Hyun Park, the Head of Studio Dragon’s Global Division said, “We are thrilled to have Alison lead the adaptation of Hotel Del Luna, hopefully, our first of many co-development projects with Skydance. We believe Hotel Del Luna will enhance the reputation of Korean storytelling around the world by showcasing the global appeal of our local stories.”
Along with Schapker, the upcoming series will be produced by Milky Lee, Jinnie Choi, Hyun Park of CJ ENM/Studio Dragon, and David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, and Bill Bost of Skydance Television.
Produced by Studio Dragon and originally aired in 2019 on South Korea’s tvN, Hotel Del Luna tells the story of a hotelier who becomes the manager of the mystical Hotel Del Luna that only caters to spirits at night.
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