Visit that strange town in Pennsylvania again.
Hemlock Grove–an Eli Roth-produced horror series that ran on Netflix from 2013-2015–is coming back to streaming, according to a report on Deadline.
Netflix stopped streaming the show’s three seasons last month, but now–thanks to a deal between producer/distributor Gaumont International Television and FilmRise–the show will air across FilmRise-branded OTT channels.
Hemlock Grove–which stars Famke Janssen, Bill Skarsgard, Landon Liboiron, Kaniehtiio Horn and Joel de la Fuente–was developed and written by Brian McGreevy and Lee Shipman, and was based on McGreevy’s 2012 novel of the same name.
The show follows the “strange happenings” in the Pennsylvania town of Hemlock Grove. As Roman Godfrey, heir to the town’s wealthy Godfrey family, befriends newcomer Peter Rumancek, brutal murders in the town “have stirred up rumors, and the two must work together to shed light on the case–while hiding their own dark secrets,” according to the synopsis.
Prior to the debut of the show’s third and final season in 2015, Roth said he was “looking forward to taking this last season intro some dark and unexpected places, and to giving viewers the killer finale they have come to expect from Hemlock Grove.”
Keep reading Horror News Network for any further updates on Hemlock Grove.