LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 12: Writer Stephenie Meyer celebrates the tenth anniversary of 'Twilight' with a special Q&A at Bar
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Last month, Stephenie Meyer released a gender-flipped version of her insanely successful 2005 novel, Twilight. Now, she's staying busy with a Lionsgate television series being developed with Hulu. Deadline's got the info:

"Rook is said to be based on her genre novel which introduces a strong female protagonist with extraordinary powers who is employed by a mysterious British government agency responsible for defending the UK from supernatural threats."

Making TV won't be totally foreign for Meyer: She was a producer on the final two Twilight Saga films, Breaking Dawn Part 1 and Part 2, as well as the adaptation of her fifth novel, The Host. Prior to Life and Death: Twilight Re-Imagined, Meyer's last book was 2010's The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner, a companion novella for all the Twi-hards out there.