Peacock has ordered a horror film from executive producers James Wan and Thriller Yellowstone Park by Ian McCulloch.
Untitled series inspired by Robert McCammon’s 1235122127 novel Stinger
. In development since March (formerly known as Teacup), the series will It follows a diverse group of people on the ranch who must band together to face a mysterious threat.
EL Katz (The Haunting of Bly Manor
) will direct the first episode and be the One of the show’s executive producers. Wan’s Atomic Monster company and Universal Studio Group’s UCP are in production.
“We are very excited about this thriller about a group of people overcoming adversity, which is both funny and moving,” said Lisa Lisa Katz said. “We knew this upcoming series would be expertly helmed by our partners at UCP James Wan, EL Katz, Ian McCulloch and sure to be a wild mystery for Peacock viewers. “
UCP President Beatrice Springborn added, “When you combine the best-selling novels of James Wan, Ian McCulloch, EL Katz and Robert McCammon, you have a All ingredients for an incredible series. We are thrilled to be partnering with Peacock to bring this exciting show to their audience.”
Stinger Set in the town of Invernor, Texas, the story takes place in hours. Inferno is a small town brought to the brink by racial tension, gang violence and a collapsing economy. But things can always get worse, and they do so at an alarming rate.
Atomic Monsters’ Michael Clearer and Rob Hackett and author McCammon executive-execute the series alongside McCulloch, Wan and Katz Producer.
Wan was represented by CAA, Stacey Testro International, and Myman Greenspan; Katz, CAA, Grandview, and Myman Greenspan; McCulloch, CAA, Casarotto Ramsay & Associates, and Johnson Shapiro; and Cheng Angela Cheng Caplan of Caplan Corporation, Cameron McClure of Donald Maas Literary Agency and McCammon of Allison Binder of Goodman Genow. 1235122127