Fox Broadcasting Co. has secured the rights to produce a TV show based on hit THQ title, Destroy All Humans!
That's according to the Hollywood Reporter, which also reveals that the show will take the form of a 30 minute long CGI animated comedy. It's being developed by Jim Dauterive, who was previously a writer and co-executive producer on top animated series King of the Hill.
It'll be the first time a videogame has been used as the source material for a primetime network series, and it'll make a nice change from all the cinematic adaptations we've been hearing about of late. Best of all, there's very little chance that Uwe Boll will get the opportunity to muck the whole thing up.
Expect a familiar 1950s-inspired theme and lots of laughs, if the TV show is even half as funny as the videogame. And since there's still clearly life left in the DAH license, we wouldn't be too surprised if THQ announced a sequel in the near future, either.