Cent Dreadful Is Returning and It’s Concerning 1930 s L.A.
If there’s something we enjoy more than a horror-drama that happens in Victorian London, it’s a horror-drama that happens in our really own City of Angels. The Hollywood Press Reporter revealed the other day that John Logan, developer, author, and executive manufacturer of the British-American series Cent Dreadful, would be bringing it back after quickly ending the program back in 2016.
Regrettably (for some), our preferred literary characters from 19 th-century British and Irish Gothic fiction will not be haunting the streets of Los Angeles in this brand-new chapter of Cent Dreadful Rather the brand-new version of the program, entitled Cent Dreadful: City of Angels, will leap forward in time and throughout an ocean to L.A. in the late 1930 s, “a time and location deeply instilled with Mexican-American folklore and social stress,” Showtime stated.
City of Angels will concentrate on characters linked to the divine being Nuestra Señora de la Santa Muerte (or Our Girl of Holy Death)– a folk figure related to recovery, securing, and safe shipment to the afterlife by her disciples– and “others allied with the devil.”
The brand-new chapter, which will “check out a mix of the supernatural and the flammable truth of that duration,” is set to start production in 2019 and will air on Showtime. In the meantime, information are limited, however you can constantly get in the state of mind by checking out the Templo Santa Muerte, a temple to the skeleton saint on Melrose in East Hollywood.