Dune: The Sisterhood, an HBO Max series, is currently in production.
The highly anticipated HBO Max series is officially in production, according to Dune: The Sisterhood director Johan Renck. The show is produced at Origo Studios in Budapest, Hungary, which was also the site of Dune: Part Two the following year. Below is a link to Renck’s Instagram post announcing the news.
Mark Strong and Gizem Kling Erdogan have apparently joined the cast of Dune: The Sisterhood, as evidenced by the fact that Renck tagged them in a post on Instagram. The show also features Travis Fimmel, Aoife Hinds, Shirley Henderson, Indira Varma, Sarah-Sofie Boussnina, Shalom Brune-Franklin, Faoileann Cunningham, and Emily Watson.
Dune: The Sisterhood is credited to Diane Ademu-John as its creator, writer, co-showrunner, and executive producer. Alison Schapker is the project’s co-showrunner and executive producer for HBO Max. The first two episodes of the series are being directed by Renck.
Executive producers of Dune: The Sisterhood include Denis Villeneuve, Jon Spaihts, and Scott Z. Burns. Other casts include Matthew King, Cait Collins, John Cameron, and Brian Herbert. Additionally involved in the project as executive producers for the Frank Herbert estate are Byron Merritt and Kim Herbert. Kevin J. Anderson, the author, is a co-producer.