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Because cornering the horror market in movie theaters just wasn't enough! Jason Blum's Blumhouse Productions, in association with Tony Krantz (the short-lived Dracula series on NBC) and Endemol Studios (AMC's Hell on Wheels) has entered into a script-to-series commitment with NBC to produce a horror anthology series for the network. But what will the series be about?

Let's hope not!
Let's hope not!

According to Deadline, NBC's latest attempt at the horror anthology (after the single-season Fear Itself) will be a ten-episode collection of stand-alone episodes that are each based on true stories. Radio Silence, the quartet of writers behind the stories in the first V/H/S film, have been tapped to write the series. Blum and Krantz will produce the still untitled project, but no word yet on if the series will have one director for every episode, or a collection of directors like Showtime's Masters of Horror.

This new series isn't the only television project on Blumhouse's roster. They are also currently in production on a SyFy miniseries, a Son of Sam miniseries for Fox, an MTV drama, and a WE supernatural drama, among others.

So what do you think, kids? Will this project be a hit, like American Horror Story? Or a bomb, like Fear Itself?

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