Vampire Academy author Richelle Mead ‘not involved’ in TV series production

Presenters for Vampire Academy have revealed the author of the original novel, Richelle Mead, was “not involved” in the making of the film, but said they were “delighted” when the author saw it. .

Ulie Plec and Marguerite MacIntyre said they have “great respect” for the books, with the TV series slated for a September release on the US Peacock streaming service.

Plec and MacIntyre worked together previously on the hit American show The Vampire Diaries.

The new supernatural drama series based on the series of youth paranormal romance novels by world best-selling author Mead.

Speaking at San Diego Comic-Con, Pec said: “(Mead) didn’t participate during the process – besides, she and I were close friends on Twitter.

“But she was so excited to hear that we were doing this and I was so excited the day before to tell her we were finally done and finally had something to show her. .

“So she hasn’t seen anything yet.

MacIntyre added: “She gave us this beautiful world… it was all there, and she said, ‘I’ve always felt this would be great for television’.

“I’m excited for her to see it.”

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Vampire Academy will be released on Peacock on September 15.

The film stars British actor Kieron Moore, as well as Sisi Stringer, Daniela Nieves and Andre Dae Kim.

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