Released in 2004, Masters of Doom was a novelization by David Kushner that retold the origins of ID Software, the creators of Commander Keen, Wolfenstein 3D, and Doom. It also talked about the history between its developers John Carmack and John Romero.
15 years later, it’s now being adapted for television, with James and Dave Franco producing through their Ramona Films’ outlet. Currently, the USA Network has ordered a pilot for a drama series, with Tom Bissell writing and executive producing the show. Bissell has previously worked on another project that was adapted by the Franco brothers, The Disaster Artist.
Masters of Doom is reported to be an anthology series, with no current release schedule made available to the public.
— Michael Baginski
Source: The AV Club