HomeMoviesDC Horror Drama Dead Boy Detectives Gets Series Order at

DC Horror Drama Dead Boy Detectives Gets Series Order at


master mentalism tricks

HBO Max has officially given an eight-episode series order to the TV adaptation of The Dead Boy Detectives, based on the DC characters created by Neil Gaiman and Matt Wagner. The horror drama hails from executive producers Jeremy Carver (Doom Patrol) and Steve Yockey (The Flight Attendant).

“We are excited to be expanding further into the DC Universe with Steve, Jeremy, and the Berlanti team with this thrilling new spin on a detective series,” HBO Max’s Head of Original Content, Sarah Aubrey, said in a statement. “We were fascinated by the world of the Dead Boy Detectives that Steve and Jeremy first introduced in ‘Doom Patrol,’ and cannot wait to follow the supernatural sleuths in the lurid mysteries to come.”

RELATED: Aqualad Series in Development at HBO Max From Charlize Theron

The Dead Boy Detectives is centered on two ghost children named Charles Rowland and Edwin Paine, who refuse to enter the afterlife in order to stay on earth to investigate supernatural crimes. The characters first appeared in Gaiman’s The Sandman comics in 1991.

The series will be “a fresh take on a ghost story that explores loss, grief, and death through the lens of Edwin Payne and Charles Rowland, two dead British teenagers, and their very alive friend, Crystal Palace,” reads the logline. “So, it’s a lot like a vintage detective series – only darker and on acid.”

Leading the horror drama as the titular duo is George Rexstrew and Jayden Revri along with Kassius Nelson as Crystal Palace. Additional cast includes Briana Cuoco as Jenny the Butcher, Ruth Connell as the Night Nurse, Yuyu Kitamura as Niko, and Jenn Lyon as Esther.

RELATED: HBO Max’s Batgirl Film Wraps Production in Glasgow

The Dead Boy Detectives series is written by Yockey, who also serves as the showrunner. Executive producers are Carver, Yockey, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Lee Toland Krieger, and David Madden. It is a production by Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. Television.



Read The Full Article Here


trick photography
Advertisingfutmillion

Popular posts

Little Ones – first-look review
Ezra Miller Legal Issues Continue, Charged With Felony Burglary
Predator Movies Ranked Following Prey
‘Curb Your Enthusiasm Shot a Larry Death Scene
Comic-Con Portraits of ‘Ghosts,’ ‘Prey,’ ‘Teen Wolf’ & More Stars
3 Ways to Hear Dialogue Better on TV
‘The Lord of the Rings’: The Rings of Power’ SDCC
Criminal Minds Revival First Look: Paget Brewster Introduces “Sassier” Prentiss
On the Radar Latin: Alejo, Kevin Kaarl & More Emerging
U2 and Gladys Knight to Receive Kennedy Center Honors
Shonka Dukureh, Who Played Big Mama Thornton in Baz Luhrmann’s
Jury orders Alex Jones to pay Sandy Hook parents $49
My Mum is 71 and Loves Zara—Here Are 6 Trends
I Just Tried On M&S’s Best-Selling Jeans, and I’m Officially
Here Are The 3 Products Brittany O’Grady Swears By For
Shop Sunburn Blush Shades for Summer
Using Nonfiction Comics for Learning
BookTrib Giveaway: Living a Healthy Lifestyle Isn’t as Hard as
Interview with Vincent Howard, Author of Crossroad
Interview with Sharon Ward, Author of Dark Tide
Moderate drinking linked to brain changes and cognitive decline
Technologies for single-cell RNA profiling can help dissect the cellular
Claims that girls have a ‘natural’ aversion to physics are
Don’t Fear China’s Falling Rocket—Fear the Future It Foretells
Oppo Tipped to Launch Two Foldable Smartphones Later This Year
The 10 Best TVs We’ve Tested (and Helpful Buying Tips)
Oppo and OnePlus halt sales in Germany after a court
Give Yourself Permission to Buy That Steam Deck