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Feature film The Silence of the Lambs is continued in television series Clarice

The American television channel CBS is going to make a sequel to the feature film The Silence of the Lambs.

A television series called Clarice is currently in the process of being created. The series will be set a year after the events surrounding FBI agent Clarice Starling and assassin Hannibal Lecter, Deadline has reported Sunday. The script for a test episode has now been completed. It is not yet known when the series will be shown and which actors will participate.

In 2012, film producer MGM already started preparations for a television series about the experiences of a recently graduated Starling. This project eventually did not get off the ground. The feature film The Silence of the Lambs was released in 1991, with Jodie Foster in the lead.

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