Blumhouse Productions has become the king of low-budget, high-grossing horror movies over the last few years (Get Out, Insidious), and now they're dialling up their TV output.
They have a few horror series on the way, including a Tremors revival and a Purge show, but most interesting is the anthology series they're setting up at Hulu.
Although no talent is yet attached, they're going to be delivering 12 separate horror tales, with one being released every month starting this Halloween, with the episodes ultimately connected by a "narrative device or structural device". We've seen some excellent anthologies recently, from Black Mirror to Inside No. 9, while Blumhouse and Hulu raised their game last year, making this a very exciting collaboration and unique strategy already.
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