AMC Studios is working on an adaptation of the 1992 film Stay Tuned, starring sitcom veterans John Ritter and Pam Dawber as parents Roy and Helen Knable who are sucked into their TV set into an alternate reality "Hellvision" as part of a deal with the devil. Stay Tuned was a box office bomb when released in summer 1992, but it has since become a cult classic. Directed by Peter Hyams, Stay Tuned also starred Jeffrey Jones and Eugene Levy. In the movie, the Knables have to survive in "Hellvision" for 24 hours, or else their souls would become the property of Satan. The film featured hellish parodies of everything from Wayne's World to Ritter's own Three's Company, plus I Love Lucy, SNL, The Dukes of Hazzard, MTV, The Golden Girls, Married ... with Children and more. Fear the Walking Dead co-showrunner Ian Goldberg will serve as executive producer of the adaptation with his Fear the Walking Dead colleague, Richard Naing, serving as the show's main writer. In a New York Times review of Stay Tuned, film critic Stephen Holden called it "a cleverly plotted movie that offers ample opportunity for spoofing anything and everything that can be found on television. Unfortunately, most of its takeoffs -- of a black-and-white gangster film, a spaghetti western and a period swashbuckler -- show no feel for genre and no genuine wit. The film is a bit more on target in its takeoffs of actual television shows. One of the cleverer moments is a 'Wayne's Underworld' segment of 'Saturday Night Dead,' in which chortling adolescents in ghoulish masks bash Roy in the head with the camera that is actually filming him."