The 10-episode series from the acclaimed George Olson show seeks to soften the serene spirits of the various houses on their slips: I think Ghostbusters meets HGTV. The Roman Agency, while mega-realtor (and suspicious) Susan Ireland co-starred Schitt’s Creek.
The Surrealtor commences production on September 15 in Newfoundland, Canada.
About the New Horror Show Casting
The NBCUniversal cable network, which is giving a lot of impetus to animation, is also betting on direct demand compared to four-line pilots: a product based on the comics Vagrant Queen and Blue Film Pictures; It premiered on March 27, Chucky, Day of the Dead and The Circular. Meanwhile, two of Syphy’s latest riders, last year’s Sipher and (Future) Cult Classic, were not included in the series.
Also written by Zaid Ellinoff and Scott Thomas, Shohrun is a vivid story of six strangers trying to survive the first 24 hours of a deadly invasion on Day of the Dead. This is reminiscent of Romero’s famous meat restaurants, which sometimes try to separate a group of hungry zombies from all those who need to gather people together. (See the trailer for Romeo’s 1985 film below.)
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About the productions
Robert Dudelson, James Dudelson and Jordan Kijwani of Hightide Studios and directors Stan Spree, Jeff Holland and Drew Brown, producers of Cartel Entertainment.
Cartel Shudrow is the creator of the high-breaking horror series Creepshow, based on the 1982 film directed by Romero, for AMC for Season 2. The company’s credits also go to Netflix’s Twelve Forever animated series.
In Surrealtor, Realtor Nick Roman and a team of elite experts handle cases that no one else can: swollen houses with scary buyers. Investigating, researching, and “fixing” things that collide at night makes the group close and close, even as they collide with demons. Lance Samuels and Daniel Iron are executive producers, along with George Olson, who will also be working on the showrunner.
Blue Ice TV’s newest projects include Ginny and Georgia, Kissing Booth and Spinning Out with Netflix, along with Vagrant Queen along with Syfy.