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13.02.08 - Night Watch TV Series
Well i was doing some googling a minute or two ago and stumbled across what seems like a script for a TV pilot for an American production of the Russain franchise Night Watch:
Haven't read it all, but certainly mentions of vampires every other page Smile

This PDF appears to be the pilot that is rumoured to be under production, and popped out of a google search for Night Watch domestic cut (hosted on the Writers Guild Association website).

Doing some googling to confirm:

After a first appearance at the Moscow Film Festival on June 27, 2004, it went on general cinema release across the CIS on July 8, 2004. The film was extremely successful, becoming the highest-grossing Russian release ever, grossing US$16.7 million in Russia alone, thus making more money in Russia than The Lord of the Rings. The second part of the trilogy, Day Watch was released across the CIS on January 1, 2006, and the third part is scheduled for release in 2007. There is also a TV series in production.

The film attracted the attention of Fox Searchlight Pictures, which offered to finance the third part and bought the U.S. distribution rights for the whole trilogy. As a consequence, the third part will be filmed in the United States, likely with other actors speaking English instead of Russian.

The original creator seems to be working on a series too:

"Born in Kazakhstan and educated as a psychiatrist, Sergei Lukyanenko began publishing science fiction work in the 1980's. He is currently developing a TV series based on 'Night Watch' and a new novel that incorporates suggestions from readers submitted on his website."

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