Sir Terry Pratchett has announced the launch of his independent TV production company Narrativia.
The production firm has been based in London and is being led by managing director Rod Brown alongside Pratchett's daughter, Rhianna Pratchett, and his business manager, Rob Wilkins.
The new company will produce adaptations of some of Pratchett’s best-known novels and as such Brown has taken the existing Pratchett productions from Prime Focus, resulting from a deal which has seen Prime Focus involved in the post-production should the shows make it to air.
The company also revealed one of its first works to roll out will be a four part series called Good Omens, based on the author's work of the same title, which has been co-produced by STV Productions.
Commenting on the launch of Narrativia Pratchett said: "This is an exciting and natural development for me and my works, and I look forward to working closely with the team to develop new stories in areas other than just print and ebooks and, of course, seeing my first big-screen project come to fruition."