‘Condor’ Reboot From Michael Dinner Coming to DirecTV (Exclusive)

Project will be a new take on “Six Days of the Condor,” a Washington espionage novel later adapted as Robert Redford suspense feature

Last Updated: May 13, 2016 @ 11:43 AM

“Six Days of the Condor” will fly yet another day, this time on DirecTV.

The classic 1974 spy novel by James Grady will be remade as a TV series from director Michael Dinner, known for his work on “Justified,” “Sons of Anarchy,” “Masters of Sex” and other shows.

The book was adapted into “Three Days of the Condor,” a 1975 hit starring Robert Redford (pictured) and directed by Sydney Pollack.


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“Condor” tells the story of a low-level CIA employee who returns from lunch to discover that everyone in his office has been killed. On the run, the employee becomes ensnared in a web of intrigue involving higher-ups.

Skydance Television and MGM are partnering on the DirecTV production. The satellite provider has ordered 10 episodes; no cast or premiere date yet.

DirecTV will air “Condor” on its in-house Audience Network.

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