AMC Is Developing A Show About Monsters And Cannibalism (And The Morning Links)

Senior Pop Culture Editor
02.14.13 5 Comments

SPOILER ALERT: people like violence. Twelve million people, specifically, enjoy violent shows on AMC on a weekly basis, so the network will try to duplicate its zombie success with monsters in The Terror, based on the Dan Simmons novel of the same name. Says Deadline, “The Terror is set in 1847 when the crew of a Royal Naval expedition to find the Arctic’s Northwest Passage discovers instead a monstrous predator, a vicious Gothic horror that stalks the ships in a desperate game of survival.” As long as the predator isn’t humanity itself, SOLD.

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