Fresh off earning the Oscar statuette for Best Director (The Shape of Water) at the 90th Academy Awards, Guillermo del Toro has sold a new horror anthology series to Netflix. Called "Guillermo del Toro Presents 10 After Midnight", the show is now set to release "soon" according to Netflix's announcement this morning. This isn't del Toro's first time working with the streaming company, but does underscore an expanded presence with the company, where his DreamWorks Trollhunters show won an Emmy.
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This is del Toro's second collaboration with Netflix. Del Toro will reunite withShape of Water producer J. Miles Dale, who will serve as executive producer on the project.
The Plot: In this new genre-defining anthology series, acclaimed Academy Award-winning filmmaker Guillermo del Toro will present a collection of personally curated stories, that are both equally sophisticated and horrific. His big-screen credits also include Pan's Labyrinth, the Hellboy franchise, Blade II and Pacific Rim.
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The Shape of Water writer-director del Toro created the series and will write and direct certain episodes.
No word on an official release date or episode descriptions yet but hopefully one episode will take place in del Toro's home. In addition, he will hand pick a team of the genre's best writers and exciting new filmmakers to bring his selection of stories to life.
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