On Dec. 10 We Got This Covered shares that NBC has decided to try again at the horror show genre seeing as how so many series like AMC's "Walking Dead", and FX's "American Horror Story," are flourishing. NBC has decided to do a four-hour mini series of "Rosemary's Baby."
The series will draw heavily from the 1967 novel by Ira Levin instead of the Robert Polanski film of the same name. However, the main difference is that the NBC series will be set in Paris and not New York City. The story will follow a young couple that move into an apartment with a creepy history. After she gets pregnant, she's convinced that her husband and the weird neighbors have dangerous plans for her and her baby.
So far, nobody has been cast for the series. It is presumed that the series is in the works after the incredible success of CBS' "Under the Dome." Staying with this trend, NBC is also working on a mini series of Stephen King's "Tommyknockers."
Would you watch a mini series of "Rosemary's Baby?" Do you think that this horror genre of shows is here to stay?