According to EW, it looks like Syfy is gunning to enter Game of Thrones territory with an adaptation of Stephen King's fantasy novel, The Eyes of the Dragon.
The Eyes of the Dragon is one of King's few straight fantasy novels. It tells the story of Peter, the young heir to the throne of the Kingdom of Delain who must battle an evil wizard and his own brother to take his place as King. The story features connections to King's other works such as King Roland sharing the name of Dark Tower hero Roland Deschain and the evil wizard Flagg sharing the surname with the sinister Randall Flagg from The Stand.
Dragon is a rarity among King’s early works: A stand-alone novel that hasn’t been previously adapted into a live-action feature. In fact, among King’s pre-1990 books that were first published under his own name, only his fantasy titles (Eyes of the Dragon, The Talisman and the Dark Tower books) haven’t yet been adapted, though all have been in development at one point or another. And given HBO’s success with its fantasy hit Game of Thrones, the timing for Dragon couldn’t be better.