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HBO Max Orders Subject to Change, from J.J. Abrams and Jennifer Yale

HBO Max has ordered to series Subject to Change, an original story from J.J. Abrams, with Jennifer Yale serving as executive producer and showrunner.

HBO Max Orders Subject to Change, from J.J. Abrams and Jennifer Yale

This series follows a desperate college student who signs up for a clinical trial that begins a wild, harrowing, mind and reality-bending adventure.

“We cannot wait to bring this complex, eye-opening thriller to HBO Max,” said Sarah Aubrey, Head of Original Content at HBO Max. “It will take viewers on an unexpected ride, showcasing the creative brilliance of J.J., Jennifer and the Bad Robot team.”

“It’s been incredible fun weaving this rather insane yarn with Jenn, and I am grateful to her and everyone at HBO Max for the opportunity to bring this story to life,” added Abrams.

Jennifer Yale said: “I have felt so privileged to work with J.J. and Bad Robot on expanding J.J.’s exhilarating story to create a twisty, thought-provoking thriller where almost anything is possible and yet everything is planned. Now partnering with HBO Max to make it a reality is a dream.”

Subject to Change is produced by Bad Robot in association with Warner Bros. Television.

J.J. Abrams and showrunner Jennifer Yale serve as executive producers, along with Bad Robot’s Ben Stephenson. Bad Robot’s Rachel Rusch Rich is co-executive producer.

Bad Robot was formed by filmmaker J.J. Abrams in 2001. The company has produced television series such as Alias, Lost, Fringe, Person of Interest, Castle Rock, Westworld, Lovecraft Country and Little Voice.

Bad Robot’s feature films include Super 8, Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, and the Star Trek, Mission: Impossible and Cloverfield franchises.

Warner Bros. Television produces original scripted drama and comedy series for multiple platforms.

As of February 2021, Warner Bros. Television is producing more than 70 scripted shows for on-demand/streaming services, premium/pay and basic cable channels, and the five broadcast networks.

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