J.K. Rowling is at it again.
BBC One adaptations of the author's Cormoran Strike novels have been picked up by HBO, the network announced Wednesday.
The three-part mini-series will begin filming in London this fall, with British actor Tom Burke starring as a war veteran turned detective.
Rowling published the Cormoran Strike novels under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith in 2013.
HBO also co-produced an adaptation of Rowling's book The Casual Vacancy.
Rowling has showed no signs of slowing down since completing the Harry Potter series. Earlier this month,
she announced that there will be five Fantastic Beast films, set in the Potter universe. Rowling is working as the screenwriter on these films.
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