Too bad it’s with the CW…
Things may get even spookier over at the CW, as the network eyes a reboot of 1980s horror anthology series “Tales From The Darkside”, Variety reported Tuesday night,
The good news is that the project from CBS TV Studio currently has a script deal at the net, with Joe Hill — Stephen King’s son — attached as scribe!
“Sleepy Hollow’s” Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci will exec produce alongside Mitch Galin, Heather Kadin and Jerry Golod.
The CW is considering the “Darkside” reinvention for a summer 2014 run as a halfhour series.
“Tales From The Darkside” was created by George A. Romero. The pilot for the skein aired in 1983, with the syndie series running from ’84-’88.
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