‘Fourth Wing’ TV Show in the Works at Amazon, Rights Secured for Rebecca Yarros’ Sequel ‘Iron Flame’

A “Fourth Wing” TV show based on Rebecca Yarros’ best-selling fantasy book series is in the works at Amazon MGM Studios.

Amazon and Michael B. Jordan’s Outlier Society, which has an overall deal with the studio, have acquired the rights to not only “Fourth Wing,” but its follow-up “Iron Flame,” which will be released Nov. 7, and the three remaining planned books in Yarros’ “Fourth Wing”-universe, “The Empyrean” book series, from Entangled Publishing.

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Yarros is a non-writing executive producer on the “Fourth Wing” TV series alongside Liz Pelletier for Entangled Publishing. Liz Raposo is executive producing for Outlier.

No additional details regarding writers or cast are currently available. If ordered to series, the “Fourth Wing” adaptation will stream on Prime Video.

Per the official logline for the “Fourth Wing” TV series, “Enter the brutal world of Basgiath War College where there is only one rule: Graduate or Die. Twenty-year-old Violet Sorrengail expected to live a quiet life among books and history. Now, the commanding general― her tough-as-talons mother―has ordered Violet to join the hundreds of candidates striving to become the elite of Navarre: dragon riders. If the fire-breathing beasts don’t kill her, one of her fellow riders just might. Suspense, action, romance, and dragons blend together in a propulsive fantasy adventure from NYT bestselling author Rebecca Yarros.”

“Fourth Wing” debuted May 2 and quickly gained immense popularity on TikTok (1 billion views to date across all related hashtags) and subsequently skyrocketed onto the New York Times Bestseller list, staying there for 25 weeks and spending 13 of those at No. 1.

Yarros is repped by Grandviewand The Fury Agency. Entangled is repped by Independent Artist Group (formerly APA) and Alliance Rights Agency.

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