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Take a Look at What's Coming to Blumhouse Television in 2023


Series premiere from Blumhouse Television focuses on the hidden dangers and some of the strangers killers ever investigated in the region around the Florida-Alabama border, affectionately known as "Floribama." This series examines bizarre homicide cases that could only come out of this unique place.

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Floribama Murders is produced by Blumhouse Television and Man vs Robot. Executive producers are Jason Blum, Chris McCumber, Jeremy Gold for Blumhouse Television; Danny Villa and Sergio Villa for Man vs Robot; Mary Lisio; James Buddy Day; and Steve Katz.

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There's Something Wrong with the Children is a supernatural horror-thriller directed by Roxanne Benjamin (Southbound, XX, Body at Brighton Rock) written by T.J. Cimfel & David White (Intruders) produced by Blumhouse Television and MGM+. The film stars Alisha Wainwright (Raising Dion), Zach Gilford (The Purge: Anarchy), Amanda Crew (Silicon Valley), Carlos Santos (Gentefied), and newcomers Briella Guiza (Ambulance) and David Mattle (Life & Beth).


he Mantawauk Caves is a 12-episode scripted podcast from writer, director, producer Dan Bush (The Signal, The Vault, Tomorrow's Monsters) and co-produced by iHeartPodcasts and Blumhouse Television.

On May 21st, 2007, the remains of two teenage boys were found in a cave in Mantawauk County, Tennessee. The investigation that followed revealed town secrets as old and dark as the caves themselves, and put a third teenage boy, James Fincher, on death row. This haunting narrative follows Julien Solas, an amateur writer and James' friend who’s been haunted by the events ever since. Now, with Fincher's execution looming, Julien returns home to reconcile his past and uncover the truth behind the killings.

The Mantwauk Caves is a riveting, immersive audio experience that weaves together the narrative threads of social drama, supernatural horror, and psychological thriller.


The 4-part true crime limited series, Look Into My Eyes, unfurls the bizarre story of Dr. George Kenney and his fall from grace after 10 years as a beloved principal at North Port High School in Florida where he practiced hypnosis on students. In 2011, three teenage students died after a series of suspicious events. When a local media story questioned his involvement, the case exploded into global news. The series investigates events leading up to these untimely deaths and the tragic aftermath as victims’ families, eyewitnesses, experts, and people involved attempt to unpack what really happened.


Choir, a 6-episode inspirational docuseries, follows devoted choir director Anthony White and his 110 plus Detroit Youth Choir (DYC), ranging in age from 8-18, as they train and audition to make the final cut for the DYC’s historic 25th anniversary concert at Carnegie Hall. The kids hail from all over metropolitan Detroit, and often from its toughest neighborhoods. For many, the choir has been their only means of stability, family, and hope. The moving and motivational story features Mr. White, whose efforts with DYC captivated America in an incredible rise to the finale during the sensational fourteenth season of “America’s Got Talent” in 2019, and a cast of young choir members, parents, and coaches. Each episode will explore the challenges and the inspiring stories of these kids, literally and figuratively, finding their voices.

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Unseen, director Yoko Okumura's feature directorial debut, is a frightening and audacious, fast-paced thriller starring Jolene Purdy (White Lotus, Wanda Vision, Firefly Lane) and Midori Francis (Gray's Anatomy, The Sex Lives of College Girls, Dash & Lily) written by Salvatore Cardoni & Brian Rawlins and produced by Blumhouse Television and MGM+. Michael Patrick Lane (Dynasty, Sun Records) and Missi Pyle also star.

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Justina Machado (One Day at a Time) stars in the upcoming new 8-episode half-hour series The Horror of Dolores Roach - a contemporary Sweeney Todd-inspired tale of eat or be eaten; a macabre urban legend of love, betrayal, weed, gentrification, cannibalism, and survival of the fittest. The series also stars Alejandro Hernandez (New Amsterdam), Kita Updike, and K. Todd Freeman (Series of Unfortunate Events).

The Horror of Dolores Roach is based on the hit Gimlet podcast created, written and directed by Aaron Mark from a story and one-woman play Empanada Loca he created. Mark penned the series pilot script.


Carter Smith (The Ruins, Midnight Kiss) directs The Passenger a dramatic thriller starring Kyle Gallner (Scream 5, Something's Wrong with Rose, Dinner in America) and Johnny Berchtold (Gaslit, Dog Gone, The Wilds).


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