Mike Flanagan, the creator of Midnight Mass, is adapting Edgar Allan Poe’s The Tumble of the Home of Usher for Netflix. The streaming service declared the new collection on Wednesday, but did not reveal when it may possibly be produced.
The Fall of the Home of Usher follows an unnamed narrator as he stays with two siblings and watches their once wonderful relatives fade in the creepiest way probable. Even though the series will be centered on Poe’s primary shorter tale, it is very likely that Flanagan and his group will make some substantial additions as they draw the tale out to a comprehensive 8-episode miniseries.
Flanagan is no stranger to performing with Netflix, obtaining directed, written, and developed series like The Haunting of Hill Property and The Haunting of Bly Manor, along with the videos Gerald’s Recreation and Hush. Flanagan also launched Midnight Mass for Netflix in September.
In advance of he tends to make it to Edgar Allan Poe, Flanagan has a different adaptation with the streaming services in the works as well. He’ll also be adapting Christopher Pike’s The Midnight Club, a haunting tale about terminally sick younger grown ups, into a collection which is most likely to hit Netflix following calendar year.