Hulu has set premiere dates for two new instalments of the streamer’s holiday-themed monthly series Into the Dark – I’m Just F*cking with You (April Fool’s Day) and All That We Destroy (Mother’s Day) – as well Ramy, a comedy series based on the life of comedian Ramy Youssef.
South of Hell – WEtv’s new horror series from Eli Roth and Jason Blum – premieres on Black Friday, November 27th (6/5C) and rolls out the show’s entire seven-episode run that night in what WEtv is calling a Black Friday Binge Event. At the conclusion of the binge, the entire series will be available on VOD, download to own and TVE platforms.
South of Hell stars Mena Suvari as demon-hunter-for-hire Maria Abascal – who has her own personal demon, Abigail, who resides within her. Together with her brother David (Zachary Booth), she hunts demons – all the while trying to overcome the demon inside her. Follow the jump for the first teaser for South of Hell.
The creative team behind the Paranormal Activity films will be honored at this year’s Screamfest Horror Film Festival, with Oren Peli (above right) receiving the Trailblazer Award and Jason Blum accepoting the Future Icon Award on behalf of Blumhouse Productions.
The 2015 Screamfest Horror Film Festival runs from October 13th to October 22nd at the TCL Chinese Theater. For more, follow the jump.
Pictured is a teaser for We TV’s South of Hell – a supernatural series that will have episodes directed by such horror icons as Eli Roth and Ti West and featuring a cast that includes Mena Suvari, Bill Irwin and Lauren Velez.
For a series description and director and cast lists, follow the jump. South of Hell premieres in 2015.
South of Hell is the story Maria Abascal is a demon-hunter-for-hire in Savannah, Georgia, who has to also fight the demon inside her. Abigail feeds on the evil that Maria exorcises from others and Maria has to constantly struggle of overcome Abigail. In both arenas, her most trusted aide is her brother, David.
WE tv has greenlit South of Hell with the series premiere to be directed by horror master Eli Roth. Roth and Blumhouse’s Jason Blum are also among the show’s producers. The network has ordered eight episodes, with a premiere date to be determined later. For more details, check out the press release after the jump.