The series was intended for Hulu.
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A Court of Thorns and Roses is remaining on the page. According to Variety, Hulu has officially scrapped the television adaptation of the hit Sarah J. Maas fantasy book series. Additionally, it seems the team behind the adaptation will not be shopping the series to other outlets, placing the final nail in the coffin for those holding their breath for the books to finally make the jump to screen.
The Court of Thorns and Roses adaptation was initially announced back in 2021, with few details released about the project aside from Maas’ and Outlander’s Ronald D. Moore’s involvement. As the project was extremely early on in the development process, it was still unclear if the series would come to fruition. In November 2023, Moore gave fans renewed hope for the series, saying that while development was still pretty early, there were scripts already written. However, due to the SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes, progress was put on hold while Moore and the rest of the ACOTAR team awaited further updates. Unfortunately, it seems the series wasn’t the right fit Hulu.