"The Kids Are All Right" could still become a TV series at HBO.
At the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour, the network confirmed plans are still in motion to adapt the Oscar-nominated movie from Lisa Cholodenko.
Cholodenko, who wrote and directed the film starring Julianne Moore and Annette Bening, recently turned in a draft script for the proposed TV series at HBO.
"The Kids Are All Right" followed a lesbian couple (Moore and Bening) and their two kids who meet and bond with their sperm donor father (Mark Ruffalo). News of a TV version of "The Kids Are All Right" first broke in the fall of 2011. At the time, the plan was to have the series follow the movie's main characters before and after the events of the film.
No casting decisions have been made at this time.
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