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Nothing Is Off The Table For Bryan Fuller's Friday The 13th
In October 2022, the unkillable Jason Voorhees was resurrected from his watery grave when streaming service Peacock officially greenlit “Crystal Lake,” a prequel television series based on the “Friday the 13th” franchise. The show is written and executive produced by “Hannibal” showrunner Bryan Fuller, who recently revealed his limitless plans for the series.
Fuller confirmed to Fangoria that the show will have little restriction on the iconography. He explained, “We can use everything. We can go to Hell, we can go to space. That's not to say that we will do those things [...] But as far as us chickens in the television industry roost, we have access to anything and everything that Friday the 13th has done up until this point.”
Fuller further promises that “we'll be dropping bodies every episode,” keeping the kill count high and true to the franchise's slasher spirit. Finally, fans of “Jason X” can rejoice: though Fuller has mapped out three seasons' worth of material, he's eventually aiming to “rationally and dramatically” justify sending the masked menace back into space.