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Into the Dark

Into the Dark

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  • Premiered: 
    October 5, 2018
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  • Network: Hulu
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Anthology
  • Type: Live Action
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  • Subject Matter: Horror
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Plot Synopsis

In partnership with Blumhouse Television, INTO THE DARK is a horror anthology series that includes 12 super-sized episodes, with a new installment released each month inspired by a holiday, while featuring Blumhouse's signature genre/thriller spin on the story.

"The Body" (October 5, 2018): Wilkes, a sophisticated hitman with a cynical view on modern society, finds his work made more difficult when he has to transport a body on Halloween night, but everyone is enamored by what they think is his killer costume. Starring Tom Bateman as Wilkes, Rebecca Rittenhouse as Maggie, Aurora Perrineau as Dorothy, and Max Adler as Officer Freer.

"Flesh & Blood" (November 2, 2018): On Thanksgiving, teenager Kimberly tries to move on from her mom's unsolved murder to cure her agoraphobia. But under the care of her doting father, she starts to suspect that she is in danger and it's always the ones you love who hurt you the most. Starring Dermot Mulroney as Henry, Diana Silvers as Kimberly, and Tembi Locke.

"Pooka!" (December 7, 2018): Wilson, a struggling actor, gets a holiday season job as a Christmas character in a plush suit to promote the hottest toy of the year, Pooka. At first it's a fun and friendly distraction, but he slowly develops two personalities -- one when he's in the suit, and one outside it -- as Pooka slowly starts to take possession of him. Directed by Academy Award nominated filmmaker Nacho Vigalondo, this installment stars Nyasha Hatendi as Wilson, April Campion as Iris, and Gene Freeman as Evil Pooka.

"New Year, New You" (December 28, 2018): In the era of self-care mania, a group of millennial friends gather for a girls' night reunion on New Year's Eve to reconnect and reminiscence. But as they begin to rehash old memories and revisit an old party game of "Never, Have I Ever," gripes and secrets they've been harboring manifest in nefarious and surprising ways. Starring: Carly Chaikin as Danielle, Suki Waterhouse as Alexis, Melissa Bergland as Chloe, and Kirby Howell-Baptiste as Kayla. Sophia Takal directs and wrote this installment with co-writer Adam Gaines.

"Down" (February 1, 2019): A pair of office workers get trapped in an elevator over a long Valentine's Day weekend, but what at first promises to be a romantic connection turns dangerous and horrifying in this Blumhouse mash-up of rom-com and horror film genres. Starring: Matt Lauria as Guy, Natalie Martinez as Jennifer, and Christina Leone as Ruby.

"Treehouse" (March 1, 2019): Celebu-chef Peter Rake escapes a scandal for a weekend at his family's isolated vacation home, but there are debts to repay and Peter has to learn the lesson that a woman's place is anywhere that she chooses to be...if he survives. Written and directed by PSYCH star James Roday. Starring: Jimmi Simpson as Peter Rake, Julianna Guill as Kara, Stephanie Beatriz as Elena, Mary McCormack as Lilith, Shaunette Renee Wilson as Marie, and Sutton Foster.

"I'm Just F*cking With You" (April 1, 2019): A man and his sister are on the way to a family wedding, and they endure a night of increasingly frightening practical jokes during a one-night stay at a secluded motel. Starring: Keir O'Donnell, Hayes MacArthur and Jessica McNamee. Deftones' Chino Moreno serves as a composer for the episode.

"All That We Destroy" (May 3, 2019): A geneticist fears that her son may be becoming a serial killer and creates a group of clones in an attempt to cure him of his psychopathic tendencies. Therefore allowing him to relive the murder of his first victim. Starring: Samantha Mathis, Israel Broussard, Aurora Perrineau, Dora Madison and Frank Whaley.

Production & Distribution

  • Produced by Blumhouse Television