Guillermo Del Toro Is Making A New Horror Anthology Show For Netflix

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Acclaimed director Guillermo Del Toro is developing a new horror anthology series for Netflix. The streaming giant has announced that the Shape of Water and Pacific Rim filmmaker will oversee a new show titled 10 After Midnight, as well as writing and directing some episodes.

10 After Midnight will be Netflix's first horror anthology show. As well as directing some of the series, Del Toro will also choose the filmmakers to work on other episodes, who are described by Netflix as "the genre's best writers and exciting new filmmakers." There is currently no release date for the show.

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This will be Del Toro's second collaboration with Netflix, following the acclaimed animated series Trollhunters. That show returns for its third season later this month, which will also be its last. The series is based on the 2015 novel of the same name that Del Toro co-wrote with Daniel Kraus.

Del Toro's latest movie was The Shape of Water, which won Best Picture at the Academy Awards this year. The director is also known for movies such as Pan's Labyrinth, Hellboy, and Blade 2. He will also be seen in Hideo Kojima's upcoming game Death Stranding, alongside Walking Dead actor Norman Reedus and Rogue One's Mads Mikkelson.

For more Guillermo Del Toro coverage on GameSpot, check out our ranking of every movie he has made, and our guide to Del Toro's greatest monsters.

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