Recovered from the remake of Flowers in the Attic? Prepare for another blast from the past. Ira Levin’s 1967 novel Rosemary’s Baby is coming to NBC as a two-part series, which begins Sunday, May 11.

The book was famously adapted in 1968 by director Roman Polanski, with Mia Farrow as Rosemary and John Cassavetes as her husband. This time, however, the story is set in Paris, rather than in New York’s Dakota Building.

Rosemary's BabyRosemary’s Baby
Ira Levin, Intro by Otto Penzler
Pegasus (dist by W.W. Norton)
May 5, 2014
9781605981109, 1605981109
Paperback $14.95


Below is the trailer for the original (it seems trailers were longer in those days):

One Response to “ROSEMARY’S BABY, NBC”

  1. Wendy Bartlett Says:

    You know, Rosemary Clooney, pregnant with Jose Ferrer, Jr. at the time, lived in the apartment below Ira Levin when he wrote that novel. She always swore he got the idea from her pregnancy!