We don't know very much of what Telltale's newest IP holds, but what we do know thanks to a recent interview with CEO Kevin Bruner at GamesIndustry is that the mysterious IP is "the most ambitious thing" the studio has worked on.
Its common knowledge that movies adapted from video games can't solely rely on the gamers themselves to fill the silver screen seats, with a more broader take usually employed to get your "average" moviegoer to come and watch. This is most likely why Warcraft director Duncan Jones (Source Code, Moon) has took to Twitter to ask for fan advice on just how he could achieve that with Blizzard, given that only so few have actually seen the movie in some form - BlizzCon and Comic-Con have been the only places so far.
Netflix is well known for its increasingly stellar performance in the TV show field, with original productions like House of Cards, Orange is the New Black or Arrested Development's season four all gracing the digital service. That however may soon be shadowed by what could only be described as the coolest idea ever: a live-action Legend of Zelda TV series.