Netflix officially greenlit the series Locke & Key, based on the popular IDW Publishing series, for a ten-episode season.
Co-creator and illustrator Gabriel Rodriguez shared the news on his Twitter account, along with the show’s official logo on Wednesday.
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so, now IT’S official…#LOCKE&Key #Netflix pic.twitter.com/GxEXV4yNTn
— Gabriel Rodríguez (@GR_comics) July 25, 2018
Locke & Key centers around three siblings who move to their ancestral home in Massachusetts after their father is brutally murdered. There, they discover magical keys that give them a wide array of powers and abilities. On their trail is a demon who also wants the keys at any cost.
Writer/creator Joe Hill is the son of Stephen King and famous for his novels Heart-Shaped Box, The Fireman and Horns, which was adapted into a directed by Alex Aja and starring Daniel Radcliffe and Juno Temple.
The streaming giant, and producer of hits GLOW and Stranger Things, announced in a press release Locke & Key will be developed and executive produced by Carlton Cuse, famous for shows such as Nash Bridges and Black Sash, and his company Genre Arts, along with Meredith Averill at Genre, David Ozer and Ted Adams from IDW, and series creator and writer Joe Hill.
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