It has been revealed that actor Chris Pine and director Patty Jenkins will be teaming up once again for another project. The two are reportedly working on a new television series for TNT network.

Pine starred in the Warner Bros. blockbuster DC movie, “Wonder Woman,” alongside actress Gal Gadot. The said Jenkins also directed DC movie and she has been highly commended for how the movie turned out well.

Warner Bros. already confirmed that the sequel for “Wonder Woman” is in the works but there has been no word yet if Jenkins will indeed be back to direct the film.

Pine, whose character met a sad demise in the first film doesn’t seem likely to reprise his role in the sequel, so it’s great to see him working again with Jenkins.

Chris Pine stars in a new series

American channel, TNT has greenlighted a new production that will bring back Pine and Jenkins together. They will be working on the television adaptation of “One Day She’ll Darken,” which is based on Fauna Hodel’s autobiography.

The adaptation will be a straight-to-series order, and Jenkins has already signed up to direct and write the script of the said project. The series has been planned for six episodes, but according to Variety, Jenkins is thinking of possibly making more episodes.

TNT has not announced the release date yet, but they are already planning to commence the production of the series this fall.

They are also considering Pine’s schedule before they can finalize the release date.

Pine will be portraying the character of a former Marine named Jay Singletary. This man turned into reporter and paparazzo that who followed Fauna’s story. His character, as described by Variety, will try to find redemption after being regretful of the previous stories he covered about Hodel.

Fauna Hodel’s autobiography

The new and upcoming TNT series is based on the autobiography titled “One Day She’ll Darken: The Mysterious Beginnings of Fauna Hodel,” which Fauna Hodel and J.R. Briamonte worked on and published in 2008. The story is actually what movies should usually be made of, and it’s great that TNT finally picked it up for a filming project.

It’s about Fauna’s struggles while living with her African-American maid named Jimmie Lee. Fauna was abandoned by her 16-year old mother, Tamar Nais Hodel and she was also the daughter of Dr. George Hill Hodel, who was suspected and charged with incest but was eventually acquitted in a highly publicized trial.

Fauna went through a lot of hardship and abuses as Jimmie raised her in secrecy. Fauna was determined to escape her troubles and know the truth by finding her biological mother.