With Amazon consistently blazing new trails with their original programming, it seems they're preparing a new science fiction series that will be helmed by Ronald D. Moore and Bryan Cranston. Moore has previously written for numerous televised incarnations of Star Trek and Roswell before developing the latest version of Battlestar Galactica and its spinoff Caprica. Cranston is attached to this new series in a producer role along with Michael Dinner.
The series will be called Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams and will be an anthological show based on the short stories of the deceased writer. With the Blade Runner sequel on the way and Dick's work constantly being referenced or used for films, this is an exciting prospect for fans of the genre.