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Submitted by robinburks 840d ago | news

Battlefield: Bad Company to get television treatment

Deadline is reporting today that popular video game Battlefield: Bad Company will be getting turned into a t.v. series. Fox is developing the video game into an hour-long action comedy series, along with the help of Alias‘ John Eisendrath., Sony TV and the Happy Madison studio.

The Battlefield: Bad Company television series will revolve around four renegade soldiers as they leave military life and into the private sector. But obviously, they can never truly leave, because their commanding officer is using them to further his own goals: When things turn sour for him, he wants them dead to cover his own tracks. (Battlefield: Bad Company, Culture)

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Kamikaze135  +   840d ago
Cool
Hellsvacancy  +   840d ago
Hopefully itll lead to a Bad Company 3 announcement, im personally not interested in a tv show/movie, I wanna play it, not watch it

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