Fearless (novel Series) - Television Show

Television Show

A pilot loosely based on the series and given the same name starring Rachael Leigh Cook as Gaia was filmed for The WB. The show took place 5 years after the original Fearless series of books with Gaia now 23 working as an agent for the FBI. The show never made it to air due to casting and other concerns. Its time slot was later filled with One Tree Hill on the network's fall schedule, though it was later considered a serious contender for a mid-season replacement. The pilot was filmed a second time, but issues over the main character could not be resolved. Producers could not show a character without a fear gene showing emotion in a convincing fashion.

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