Nick Options Max & the Midknights for TV Show and/or Movie


Inside No. 9
Oct 23, 2015
London, UK
Following on from acquiring the rights to Big Nate, Nickelodeon has optioned the rights to Lincoln Peirce's best-selling book series, Max & the Midknights for a TV show and/or movie!

"I wrote Max & the Midknights as a one-off, but I ended up enjoying the experience so much that I decided to turn it into a series. Book 2, Max & the Midknights: Battle of the Bodkins, will be published on December 1. And I’m already well into writing Book 3, Max & the Midknights: The Tower of Time, which will conclude the series. The story has been optioned by Nickelodeon, and development is underway for an eventual animated TV show and/or movie. I think Max would make a great show. There are countless stories waiting to be told about the residents of the kingdom of Byjovia!"


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