Renowned Filmmaker Spike Lee's much-cherished movie She's Gotta Have It (1986) is all gearing up to head to small screen as a new TV series.
According to the reports, Netflix is believed to have acquired the rights and is proceeding with the project. It will bring all the exploits in one frame, showcasing artist Nola Darling and her complications with multiple relationships.
At the start, the initial season will comprise of 10 episodes, all which will be headed and directed by Spike Lee.
Along with this, Lee will also perform as the executive producer with his wife, Tonya Lee, for the series. This project was however in the development stage during 2014 at the US network Showtime.
"We are getting an opportunity to revisit these memorable characters who will still be relevant and avant garde three decades later," Lee said in a statement.
"With all that said, it was my wife, Tonya Lewis Lee, producer in her own right, who had the vision to take my film from the big screen and turn it into an episodic series. It had not occurred to me at all." Lee added.
The original 1986 movie had featured Tracy Camilla Johns in the character of Nola Darling, and also had John Terrell, Tommy Redmond Hicks and Spike Lee in the movie.