Signature Developing Two Genre Television Projects, One a Stephen King Adaptation

Stephen KingA Stephen King adaptation and an original horror project are in development at Signature, a company currently shopping a number of potential television shows to various networks, says THR.

The site says King's story "The New York Times at Special Bargain Rates" (which appeared in "Just After Sunset") is being groomed for the small screen as Grand Central.  Haven scribes Sam Ernst and Jim Dunn are on board.  The story "centers on a widow who answers a phone call from her husband who died two days earlier in a plane crash. The husband predicts two tragedies that later come true and helps his wife avoid death."

Grand Central will live at ABC.  Over at A&E, Signature is shepherding Strega from Eliza Graves scribe Joe Gangemi.  "It's described as a psychological horror story that meets cul-de-sac soap about a young American family who hire an au pair from Italy only to discover that dark forces come along with her," says the outlet.

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