Mike Flanagan and Trevor Macy have signed an overall TV deal with Amazon under the Intrepid Pictures banner. Difference He confirmed with sources.
Brave was previously under an overall deal with Netflix. While there, the company released several hits in the horror genre, including both “The Haunting of Hill House” and “The Haunting of Bly Manor,” as well as “Midnight Mass” and “The Midnight Club.” Flanagan was the creator of the first three of the aforementioned series and co-creator of the fourth. Macy’s executive produced them all.
“Amazon is a studio we’ve admired for a long time,” Flanagan and Macy said. “Their commitment to original series and content aligns with what we’ve built at Intrepid. We look forward to working with the entire Amazon team as we bring our genre products to the service and to audiences around the world.”
Brave still has at least one project coming up on Netflix — the limited series “The Fall of the House of Usher.” That series will be a contemporary retelling of the story of Edgar Allan Poe, drawing on Poe’s other works. This does not yet have a start date at the time of publication.
“Mike and Trevor are amazing at telling compelling and suspenseful stories,” said Vernon Sanders, head of global television at Amazon Studios. “We’re thrilled to welcome them to Amazon Studios and look forward to our global customers experiencing genre-bending innovation.”
Dafar has also done many feature films. These include “Doctor Sleep,” a sequel to Stephen King’s “The Shining” and based on King’s book of the same name. Others include “Quiet”, “Before I Rise” and “Gerald’s Game”. Flanagan has directed, written or co-written all of the films with Mackie Productions.
Deadline first reported Intrepid’s new deal.