'Channel Zero' Creator Nick Antosca Launches New Production Banner

January 24, 2019

Earlier this month, we reported that SYFY had pulled the plug on "Channel Zero," a horror anthology series that received four magnificent seasons. The Creepypasta-inspired series was created by Nick Atosca, who also wrote episodes for NBC’s “Hannibal” and the Guillermo del Toro-produced feature Antlers.

 

Channel Zero may have met its end, but THR reports that Antosca is moving forward with his own production banner, titled Eat the Cat. The source details, “The shingle will focus on television and film projects. The creative mandate is to make elevated genre material and high-end dramas and thrillers.”

 

THR adds, “The name of the company was chosen to reflect an appetite to break from formula and to tell challenging stories in unconventional ways.”

 

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