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Ten Commandments - NBC Developing Miniseries

The network is developing a 10-hour miniseries based on the Danish format called Decalogue, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Decalogue examines the Ten Commandments in a modern setting. The original series ran in 1989 and consisted of 10 one-hour films, with each short exploring one or several moral/ethical issues. The NBC adaptation would follow the same format.

Damages co-creator Todd A. Kessler is on board to pen the script for the project, which is being executive produced by Steve McPherson. A studio is not yet attached yet.

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