The Shining In 1980, Stephen King's novel "The Shining" was made into a movie by acclaimed director Stanley Kubrick. King was very displeased with the result. Now King is bringing his version of the book to television as a six hour miniseries on ABC beginning this Sunday. Ken Tucker, critic-at-large for Entertainment Weekly, calls the new production of The Shining "the most frightening thing ever made for television."

The Shining

The Shining

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In 1980, Stephen King's novel "The Shining" was made into a movie by acclaimed director Stanley Kubrick. King was very displeased with the result. Now King is bringing his version of the book to television as a six hour miniseries on ABC beginning this Sunday. Ken Tucker, critic-at-large for Entertainment Weekly, calls the new production of The Shining "the most frightening thing ever made for television."