After Brotherhood proved to be a sizeable hit at the UK box office last year, writer and director Noel Clarke was still resistant to the idea of a fourth film, arguing that the cinematic trilogy had been completed.
However, it turns out he’s been busy. He announced on his Twitter feed last night that he’s been developing a Kidulthood TV series (Kidulthood being the first film in the trio of films), and as you can see from his post, he’s written episode one already. The title of said episode if Kidolescence.
No timescale has been announced as to when to expect the series, but Clarke is adamant too that the show will provide opportunities for new talent. More power to him, there.
Here’s the announcement Tweet, and as we hear more, we’ll let you know!
— Noel Clarke (@NoelClarke) October 1, 2017