Of their newest book-to-TV adaptation, Netflix has introduced that they’ve picked up Satan in Ohio as a restricted collection for the streaming service. An eight-episode drama, based mostly on the novel by Daria Polatin, the suspenseful thriller will star Emily Deschanel in her first lead position since Bones went off the air in 2017. Polatin can be set to function showrunner and government producer for the collection, which is presently in manufacturing in Vancouver.
Based mostly on Polatin’s novel, which is impressed by a real story, Satan in Ohio follows Dr. Suzanne Mathis (Deschanel), a hospital psychiatrist who takes in a mysterious younger lady (Madeleine Arthur), who seems to be an escapee from a mysterious cult embedded within the subsequent city over. Nonetheless, the cult will cease at nothing to get the younger lady again, and shortly Suzanne’s world is turned the wrong way up because the lady’s presence in her house threatens to tear her whole household aside.
The collection will probably be Deschanel’s first tv look since her recurring position in TNT’s Animal Kingdom in 2019 — however this isn’t Polatin’s first rodeo with tv both. The playwright and writer additionally wrote and produced two seasons of Amazon’s Jack Ryan, starring John Krasinski, and Hulu’s Shut Eye, and serving as co-executive producer on Amazon’s Hunters, starring Al Pacino, and Fortress Rock, Netflix’s Stephen King-inspired collection. She additionally presently serves as government story editor for Starz’s new wrestling drama, Heels.
Additionally set to star in Satan in Ohio are Sam Jaeger as Peter, Gerardo Celasco as Detective Lopez, Xaria Dotson as Jules, Alisha Newton as Helen, and Naomi Tan as Dani. Administrators embrace John Fawcett, Brad Anderson, Leslie Hope, and Steve Adelson, with government producers Rachel Miller for Haven Leisure, and Andrew Wilder. As it’s nonetheless in manufacturing, Netflix has not but introduced a launch date for the collection.
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