EXCLUSIVE: Condé Nast Entertainment is teaming with Doug Liman on a scripted virtual reality series. Liman will direct Invisible, a suspenser written by Julina Tatlock and Melisa Wallack that follows a prominent New York family with an unusual secret.

Here’s the logline: For generations, the dynastic Ashland family has passed on a gene that gives them an extraordinary ability, which has enabled them to accumulate vast amounts of power and wealth. As the modern generation faces diminished abilities and more scrutiny than ever before, the birth of an exceptional new child draws public interest and their family secret teeters on the brink of becoming exposed.

The series will premiere on the Samsung Milk VR platform, which will be followed by Jaunt’s VR apps and companion content on CNE’s The Scene. CAA packaged the project.

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Wait... FIRST narrative VR series? What about Gone? Didn't Robert Kirkman make that?
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Will someone please get Mr. Liman a juice sipper? I'm worried about the guy.

Liman most recently helmed the Tom Cruise actioner Edge of Tomorrow and produced the USA series Suits and Covert Affairs. Among other projects, he is in preproduction on the X-Men spinoff Gambit starring Channing Tatum.

Conde Nast Entertainment, the publishing company’s film, TV and video unit led by former CW exec Dawn Ostroff, announced in April 2015 that it was expanding into VR in partnership with Jaunt Studios.