J.J. Abrams’ ‘Demimonde’ series will no longer be going forward

J.J. Abrams’ planned Sci-Fi series Demimonde will not be going ahead at HBO as the production company and Warner Bros.

failed to come to an agreement regarding a budget for the show.

The news comes via a report from Deadline who claim that Abrams’ production company Bad Robot

production had held firm on its proposed budget which is said to be around $250 million.

Television and HBO did not agree to this amount and so the project has seemingly met its end.

Originally purchased by HBO back in 2018, Demimonde was still in the early production stages.

The show was written and set to be produced and directed by Abrams.

The show would have starred Danielle Deadwyler as its main character Olive Reed

who loses contact with her husband and daughter after a science experiment goes wrong.