Fox Has Already Canceled Their Sexy, Intriguing, Unaired Ancient Egyptian Drama

July 1, 2014

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Well, it looks like Pacific Rim writer Travis Beacham just got some time freed up to work on the sequel. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Fox has decided to cease production on Beacham's Hieroglyph after shooting just a single episode.

Outgoing Fox entertainment chairman Kevin Reilly had basically been pitching the show as a network-sanitized, probably mummy-filled Game of Thrones, initially describing it as "a show about deceit, sex, intrigue in the court and fantastical goings-on." Unfortunately, the show's writers apparently weren't able to come up with anything fantastical enough for said goings-on; THR claims the show was dropped because, after the first episode, scripts and stories "weren't meeting a certain level creatively." Not everything can find that magical "intrigue in the court" of fame whores dating a Prince Harry impersonator.

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