Annapurna Sets Sights On ‘The Final Girl Support Group’ Series

by Rob Caprilozzi

The rights for Gary Hendrix’s upcoming horror novel, The Final Girl Support Group, has already been snatched up by Annapurna as they plan to turn it into a series. Elizabeth Craft and Sarah Fain are ready to draft the script with Hendrix serving as an executive producer on the series, according to a report on Deadline.

The women in the Final Girl Support Group have been in therapy together for decades – ever since one was attacked by a cannibal family in Texas, by a machete wielding maniac at summer camp, by an older brother who returned to settle scores on Halloween, by a lunatic who allegedly entered their dreams. These are the middle-aged survivors of the real-life crimes the slasher movies are based on. Some of them are addicts, some are in denial, and some have become motivational speakers. And now the final girls are mysteriously dying, one by one.

The novel is set to be released by Berkley on July 13, 2021. Keep it locked to Horror News Network for the latest on The Final Girl Support Group.

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