‘Weird NJ’ Horror-Comedy Series In Works From Sony Pictures Television

Specific: weird nj Coming to the small screen. Sony Pictures Television Have acquired the rights to Mark Moran and Mark Seurman weird nj magazines and the wider Strange American franchise in development as a live-action horror-comedy series. project is from little demon co producer Kieran Valla and NJ native and filmmaker David Kaufman And Vertigo Entertainment,

First published in 1993, weird nj There’s a much-beloved travel guide to places you won’t find on a tourist map. By focusing on strange, strange or unique places and stories, all told by local New Jerseyans, Moran and Schurman have become beloved keepers of New Jersey’s most interesting folktales and untold history. He recently published his 58th issue.

The show will be based on famous people weird nj Magazine about an isolated family forced by destiny to save New Jersey from evil, they must quell their resentment and fight a supernatural adversary who plans to destroy the Garden State and then the world. think It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia fulfills strange thingsBut all are set in jersey.

Vertigo Entertainment brought the project to the studio with a unique storyline developed by Vala and Kaufman. The show will use real-life mythology and legends from strange NJ mingling with original characters to create a fresh and fun scripted horror-comedy series that unravels the back streets and haunted places of the Garden State.

Valla will pen the pilot script and Kaufman, who grew up reading weird nj, Will executive produce through his Devonshir Media banner. Roy Lee and Angus McAloon will executive produce for Vertigo.

Valla has established a creative niche in the horror/comedy space where he has directed original pilots for Comedy Central and TBS. Most recently, he co-wrote a half-hour comedy pilot for Hulu and co-produced the animated comedy little demon, Starring Danny DeVito and Aubrey Plaza, premieres August 25 on FX. Prior to this, he directed the independent film Criminal,

Kaufmann is also currently developing a feature film on the life of Jatta Klinschmidt, the first and only woman to win the Dakar Rally, with Amblin and 87 North.

Walla is Reprinted by Anonymous Content and Nord Group. Kaufman is repeated by Larry Marks of Manet, Phelps and Phillips. Schurman and Moran are reiterated by Michael Moskowitz of Circle of Confusion and Moskowitz Law Firm, PC.