Glen Morgan is at work on an eight-part series for BBC America that's based on the Michael Marshall novel "The Intruders."
According to Deadline, the series is "about a secret society devoted to chasing immortality by seeking refuge in the bodies of others." You can head inside for the publisher's lengthy synopsis for the novel.
Morgan is best known for his work on The X-Files with James Wong. Morgan also penned Final Destination and directed both the Willard and Black Christmas remakes.
For ex-cop Jack Whalen, it all begins with a visitfrom a childhood friend, a lawyer who needs Jack's help. The family of a noted scientist has been senselessly, brutally murdered, and the scientist is nowhere to be found.But Jack has more pressing concerns. The past that drove him from the L.A.P.D. continues to haunt him. And his wife has disappeared during a routine business trip to Seattle. She never checked into her hotel, she isn't answering her cell phone. She is gone. A third missing person, a little girl in Oregon, is found miles away. But it soon becomes obvious that she is not an innocent victim…and far from defenseless. Something very strange is happening – a perplexing series of troubling events that's leading Jack Whalen into the shadows. And the secrets buried there are unlike anything he, or anyone, could possibly have imagined.