Ron Moore, the writer-producer behind the remake of "Battlestar Galactica," is in the early stages of remaking another television classic that was popular with baby boomers, especially boys.
It’s "The Wild, Wild West," according to EW.com’s The Ausiello Files.
The original series ran from 1965 to 1969 on CBS and starred Robert Conrad and Ross Martin, the story says. A feature film version was released in 1999, starring WIll Smith and Kevin Kline.
The project is in the very early stages and it could be weeks or months before Moore starts pitching the project to networks, the story says.
The original series was created by Michael Garrison, who tragically died just a year into the series, at age 44, when he fell at his house.