New James Wan Horror Series Will Stream On Peacock

by Thomas Tuna

More small-screen horror is on the way.

A new horror series from screenwriter Ian McCulloch (Yellowstone) and producer James Wan (The Conjuring and Saw franchises) will land on Peacock, according to a report on Deadline. No debut date has yet been announced.

The as-yet-untitled series–said to be inspired by Robert McCammon’s bestselling novel Stinger–will follows “a disparate group of people on a ranch who must come together in the face of a mysterious threat,” according to the brief logline. No casting choices have been revealed.

E.L. Katz (The Haunting of Bly Manor) is set to direct the opening episode, and will act as executive producer alongside Wan, McCulloch, McCammon, Michael Clear, Danielle Bozzone and Rob Hackett.

With so many question marks at this early stage, keep reading Horror News Network for further updates on this small-screen adaptation of Stinger.


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