A 'Conjuring' Drama Series Is In The Works At Max
More Conjuring is on the way -- but don't expect it to come to a theater near you.
Currently hard at work trying to get a Conjuring drama series going, Peter Safran is enlisting the help of Warner Bros. Television, and their streaming service Max (formerly HBO Max) to bring about the new series.
The Conjuring universe has been frightening moviegoers ever since the first film from New Line Cinema hit theaters back in 2013. Since then, fans of the horror series based on the lives and tales of demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren, have been treated to two sequels and numerous spin-offs such as The Nun and Annabelle, both based off characters from the canon Conjuring films.
James Wan, director of The Conjuring, is in talks to serve as executive producer for the new series that, in his words, would “continue the story established in the feature films.”
The new Conjuring series will be produced by Wan's Atomic Monster Productions, Peter Safran's The Safran Company, and Warner Bros. Television.
The new Conjuring series' premiere date on Max is a long ways off still, but The Conjuring universe continues to grow. Later this year fans of The Nun can tune in for the sequel that will hit theaters later this year on September 8.