Eh, TV show adaptations have a knack for spending years in development hell before they actually, if ever, get made. The folks behind 24 have spent like the last five years talking about how they'd love to make it into a movie, yet as far as I know nobody's ever even attempted to put a single word to page. People behind shows typically talk about how they'd love to do a movie but never really think about it that deeply. Until an actual script exists, it's barely even worth considering. With that said, let's consider it! I'm seen some people suggest Tarantino, but I really don't think there's any way he'd direct it. He'd never direct a film that he didn't write. Sure, he'll guest direct a TV show like he did here or with ER when he's looking for a month-long diversion, but a feature film would require months of his time, probably close to a year once you factor in prep and post. Spending that much time on what wouuld basically be a gun-for-hire gig doesn't seem like it would suit him.