Larger-than-life horror is slashing its way to the small screen.
Miramax this week snagged the TV rights to the iconic Halloween franchise, with plans to create a new “cinematic universe” that would encompass the films and a television series, according to a report on Deadline.
The film franchise–controlled by Tracas International Films and Malek Akkad–will, if all goes well, become a TV series developed and co-produced by Trancas. No details on a creative team have been revealed at this early date.
Miramax head of global TV Marc Helwig will oversee the franchise switchover, in close collaboration with Akkad.
This team-up will continue the relationship Trancas already has with the Halloween franchise, having produced the recent David Gordon Green Halloween trilogy.
Keep reading Horror News Network for the latest on this TV adaptation of the Halloween films.