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SyFy Developing 'Clone' From 'Walking Dead' Creator Robert Kirkman (Exclusive)


By Tim Molloy

SyFy is developing the new drama series "Clone," from "The Walking Dead" co-creator Robert Kirkman and executive producer David Alpert.

Based on the bestselling graphic novel, "Clone" follows a retired soldier, Luke Taylor, who discovers a man who burglarized him home is a clone of himself. He is drawn into a vast government conspiracy when his wife is kidnapped, and must use his combat skills and military contacts to uncover a secret biotech program.

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The show is written and executive produced by David Schulner ("Dracula," "Ironside"), and executive produced by Kirkman (pictured) of Skybound Entertainment and Alpertof Circle of Confusion.

It comes from Universal Television, which announced last summer it was adapting the graphic novel.

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