Julie Plec and Kevin Williamson embark on another supernatural drama, with the living dead.
Mystic Falls fans are certainly on their toes! Five years after the end of Vampire Diaries, another supernatural drama is on the way, written by Julie Plec and Kevin Williamson, the two writers behind the popular adaptation of LJ Smith’s novels.
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The co-creators are once again uniting their talents to Dead Day, a new series based on the comics of the same name. Plec and Williamson will serve as executive producer and co-showrunner writers:
“We were looking for a project to do together and Dead Day has all the ingredients we love as storytellers”, Plec and Williamson said in a statement. “Love, death, thrills and tears…“
The story will follow characters on the one night of the year when the dead return to mind their unfinished business.
Series Dead Day is developed for the Peacock platform, which does not exist in France.