A year after its debut, the hit TV series Missing Universe is back on the air.
The new show is a spinoff from the acclaimed hit movie Missing, about a girl who is abducted and taken to a distant space station where she is forced to live with the disembodied voice of a dead woman.
It follows a group of friends who travel to a remote space station to solve a mystery that involves a missing girl.
It was created by writer-director Adam Scott and executive producer Amy Dierich.
“I’m not a big fan of sci-fi,” Scott said.
“It’s not what I grew up with, so I thought, ‘What if I put in a little bit of sci in there?’
It’s a new kind of storytelling that doesn’t feel like it’s just another sitcom.”
But Scott is not alone in wanting to make his own universe.
“Theres been a lot of people saying, ‘Hey, why not do this?'” he said.
He’s not alone, either.
Scott has received offers from many networks to make other missing universe series, including the CBS drama Missing Worlds and Fox’s The Missing.
Scott said he is still waiting to find out whether he’ll get the chance to work with either network.
“We’re talking about an offer we haven’t seen,” he said, adding that the studio has been “very accommodating.”
While Scott is no stranger to creating a new show, he said he has not tried to recreate the experiences of his former show, which was based on a book of the same name.
“They had the best production value and everything, and they had such a huge cast and it was just so much fun to watch,” he added.
“But I’m not doing that again.
I just don’t want to do it again.”
He also said that he had “no plans” to re-make the classic Missing universe.
While Missing Universe has inspired many new shows, it’s not always been a hit.
In 2014, the series was canceled after a single season.
Scott, who also directed the pilot, has not yet found another project for his miss universe.
He is also not looking to get another series made at all.
“If someone wanted to make me do another show, they could,” he told TIME.
“What I want to focus on is making the show as good as I can.
I want it to be a success, but I don’t think I need another show.”
Missing Universe airs Fridays at 9 p.m. ET on CBS.