The showrunner who successfully rebooted Battlestar Galactica and brought Outlander to the small screen is adapting Sarah J. Maas' bestselling fantasy novels for the streaming service. The books tell the story of a human 19-year-old huntress, Feyre Archeron, who is brought into the fantastic lands of Prythian after murdering a faerie wolf in the woods. Moore and Maas will write the pilot, and there will be a significant penalty if the series isn't greenlighted. Maas launched her current five-book series in 2015 with A Court of Thorns and Roses. The latest book, A Court of Silver Flames, was released last month. According to the official description, "A Court of Thorns and Roses blends epic romance, adventure, and political intrigue in a tale of a huntress who agrees to travel to a magical realm with a faerie lord in return for her family’s safety, only to fall for him and ultimately fight for that love when an ancient curse threatens to destroy the faerie and human realms." Maas wrote about the adaptation on Instagram, saying that Moore is one of her creative idols. "I’m currently hard at work writing the pilot with Ron (!!!!!), and while there is SO much more news to share with you guys about bringing this series to life, it just feels so great to finally be able to talk about this! Stay tuned for more details!!" she wrote. A Court of Thorns and Roses is the latest project for Moore, who in addition to Outlander, oversees For All Mankind, a potential Outlander spinoff and a Disney+ Magic Kingdom universe TV franchise.