A look at the new show from Sharon Horgan, critically acclaimed writer of "Divorce" and "Catastrophe".
Irish actress and screenwriter Sharon Horgan has teamed up with her longtime collaborator Aaron Kaplan on the horror comedy. The duo also worked with TV writing veteran Jeff Astrof on the latest project.
Horgan and Kaplan previously collaborated on shows including "Pulling" and "Divorce", the latter of which runs on HBO and stars Sarah Jessica Parker.
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Astrof's impressive resume includes writing credits on episodes of "Friends", and executive producer roles on "Grounded for Life", "The New Adventures of Old Christine" and "Trial and Error".
Their latest, "Shining Vale" focuses on a dysfunctional family who move into a infamous house in a small town. The mother's life is quickly turned upside down as the evil spirit that lives in the home tries to possess her.
According to Deadline, it's a show about "mental illness, small-town politics, religion and a family battling their demons. But in a really funny and scary way."
As of yet, there are no details about casting or airing dates.
A native of County Meath, mother-of-two Horgan will also executive produce the show alongside Clelia Mountford via Merman production agency. Astrof will also executive produce via his Other Shoe Prods company.