Neil Gaiman, The Jim Henson Company, and Fremantle Teaming Up for Reimagining of Jim Henson’s The Storyteller

Shortly after bringing the magic of Labyrinth to viewers in 1986, Jim Henson created the folk tale series The Storyteller, and more than 30 years after its initial airing, Fremantle, The Jim Henson Company, and Neil Gaiman (who will write and executive produce) are now teaming up for a reimagining of Henson's series that spanned multiple genres and featured his iconic puppet creations.

Press Release: Burbank, CA – Partnering with the most renowned family entertainment production company in the world, The Jim Henson Company, and with award-winning author Neil Gaiman writing and executive producing, Fremantle today announced that the company is developing a reimagined version of Jim Henson’s iconic 80’s anthology series The Storyteller for television.

A perfect creative partner to bring The Storyteller to a new audience, Gaiman is well-known for his far-reaching work in popularizing folklore and mythology. From the mythological basis of his best-selling novel American Gods to the African folklore of Anansi Boys,

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