Bosses at NBC are reportedly in talks to bring Renee Zellweger's Bridget Jones character to TV in a new weekly show.
Rumors of a third installment in the movie series have been rife over the last few months -- Zellweger has shrugged off the gossip, insisting that she knows nothing about a planned sequel, while her onscreen love interest Colin Firth has spoken out in favor of a follow-up.
And speculation about the future of the franchise has now turned to TV, following a deal between bosses at Working Title, the British studio behind Bridget Jones, and NBC.
President of NBC Universal International Pete Smith has said executives are working on a "reservoir" of content but refused to discuss specifics as film rights are still under discussion, but a Bridget Jones adaptation is said to be a top priority, according to the New York Post.
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