“The Cuckoo’s Calling” written by Robert Galbraith also known as J.K. Rowling is about to be adapted into a television series. The famous author wrote the novel and its recently published sequel, “The Silkworm,” under the pseudonym but was quickly found out. Now the novels are about to be the basis for a new series on BBC One.
The television series does not have very many details yet. But it is known that Rowling will participate as a collaborator on the new project. She also confirmed that she would write more novel is the series giving the BBC series plenty of source material.
Rowling announced the news on Twitter, with the following classy notice to her fans.
— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) December 10, 2014
Despite being found out as the author, Rowling continues to write the Comoran Strike novels under the Galbraith moniker.
Rowling’s other non-Harry Potter novel, “The Casual Vacancy” is also being adapted for a television series by BBC and is expected to air as a three-hour miniseries in February. There is no word on when “The Cuckoo’s Calling” may begin production or an anticipated premiere date.