An Indivisible TV show is in production and is reportedly targeting a future release on NBC's "Peacock" streaming platform.
On the off chance you're unfamiliar with Indivisible, check out this trailer to get a feel for this great game created by Skullgirls developer Lab Zero and published by 505 Games:
Indivisible is all about the adventures of Ajna, a girl who is raised in a rural town. This idyllic landscape is peaceful and quiet, and so it is obviously doomed to be attacked by the vile forces of darkness according to standard gameplay narrative rules. This attack awakens a mighty power within Ajna, allowing her to utilize their unique abilities in combat and platforming.
Now, this same fantastic story filled with original Lab Zero creations will be adapted into an Indivisible TV show. Deadline reports that the show is being written and executive produced by Meg LeFauve (Inside Out, Captain Marvel) and Jonathan Fernandez (Rob the Mob, Star Trek: Enterprise). DJ2 Entertainment — a company who chipped in to create the recent Sonic The Hedgehog movie — will also be producing the show alongside Legendary Television.
When is the Indivisible TV Show Coming Out?
An Indivisible TV show could turn out to be pretty cool, but when will you be able to watch it? That is a question that's a little difficult to answer.
According to Deadline, the writing and production process has just gotten underway. At the minimum, it's likely that we'll have to wait a year or two before we even see this show get released.
Whenever it does come out, you'll likely be able to watch it for free. It's reported to be streaming on NBC's Peacock service which currently doesn't cost a penny to enjoy; you can get started with Peacock right now at no cost. If you haven't yet played Indivisible, you can buy it on Steam for $39.99 or your regional equivalent.
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