Guillermo del Toro Horror Anthology Series '10 After Midnight' Ordered By Netflix


The series is described as a collection of the Oscar-winning filmmaker's personally curated stories, described as both equally sophisticated and horrific.

Trollhunters was just the beginning of Guillermo del Toro's fruitful relationship with Netflix.

10 After Midnight will be Netflix's first original horror anthology series (Black Mirror began on British Channel 4 before heading to Netflix for seasons three through five).

Del Toro is reteaming with J. Miles Dale (producer, The Shape of Water) who, alongside Gary Ungar (Gothika), will also serve as an executive producer.

Netflix has ordered a horror anthology series spearheaded by Pan's Labyrinth director Guillermo del Toro and has extended Lost in Space into a second season. By the way, this isn't Del Toro's first foray into TV.

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Guillermo del Toro earned four Academy Awards for his riveting romantic fantasy, The Shape of Water.

Details are still sparse, but according to The Hollywood Reporter, 10 After Midnight will be an individual episodic horror series, similar in that way to The Twilight Zone. He will choose a team of writers known for their work in the genre and will also introduce audiences to exciting new filmmakers.

Other than the "coming soon" promise, Netflix hasn't set a premiere date for the show, but summer is the best time to release a horror-thriller in theaters, so we are hoping Netflix follows suit.

This sounds like the flawless format for del Toro, who has always tried to use his name to help other burgeoning talents whether it was J.A. Bayona on The Orphanage or Andres Muschietti on Mama.