Jonah Nolan, brother and frequent writing partner of Christopher Nolan, has finished the pilot script for his first television series, a crime-thriller that he created. According to Entertainment Weekly, J.J. Abrams is collaborating with Jonah Nolan, and is currently shopping the idea around to different networks.

The untitled show marks Jonah Nolan's first foray into the world of serialized television, which J.J. Abrams certainly knows something about having worked on both Lost and Alias. Jonah Nolan co-wrote The Dark Knight and The Prestige with his brother, as well the short story upon which Memento was based. No plot details in regards to his series have been revealed at this time.

Entertainment Weekly reports that one unnamed network has already shown extreme interest in moving ahead with the pilot. We will be sure to update you as soon as new information is made available on this upcoming J.J. Abrams produced series.

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