Henry doesn't want us to spend our whole lives waiting, and neither does HBO.
On Feb. 15, as part of their virtual TCA press day, HBO announced that its new drama series, The Time Traveler's Wife, will premiere this spring. The six-episode series, based on the novel by Audrey Niffenegger, follows the marriage of Clare and Henry, and their one problem: time travel.
Directed by David Nutter and executive produced by Steven Moffat, The Time Traveler's Wife stars Rose Leslie as Clare Abshire, Theo James as Henry DeTamble, Desmin Borges as Gomez and Natasha Lopez as Charisse.
Back in May 2021, the network officially announced that production on The Time Traveler's Wife—which had a 2009 big screen adaptation starring Rachel McAdams and Eric Bana—had begun. And in a statement at the time, Moffat said that it'll "be the love story we need right now."
"This is a story of loss but it's not a tragedy," he said in the statement. "It's about a time traveler but it's not science fiction. Despite Clare and Henry's time scrambled relationship, this is the tale of a grand, ordinary love—but not necessarily in that order. This is a dream project for me."
And on the press day, Moffat addressed how the series will differ from the movie.
"We can tell the whole story," he said, "the movie was a quite intelligently abbreviated version but abbreviating it you miss all the detail and complexity and make it all about the time travel and not about the love story."
HBO also announced that the highly anticipated Julia Child series, Julia, will premiere on March 31 and season three of Barry, starring Bill Hader, will return on April 24.
Brb, time traveling to the spring so we can watch these shows immediately.
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