“Shining Vale” television series is currently in production.

The horror comedy series “Shining Vale,” from Sharon Horgan, the creator of “Divorce,” and Jeff Astrof, the co-creator of “Trial & Error,” will follow in the footsteps of popular television shows such as “What We Do In The Shadows” and “Los Espookys,” and will premiere on Starz in the fall of 2015.

The premium channel has previously dabbled in the horror genre, airing the dark period drama “Penny Dreadful” from 2014 to 2016, which starred Eva Green and was set in a world where all of the classic supernatural creatures existed, as well as the short-lived sequel series “Penny Dreadful: City of Angels” in 2015. Courteney Cox will star in “Shining Vale,” a show about a move to a small town that goes horribly wrong. “Shining Vale” will be a complete 180 from that.

With the first season of the horror comedy currently in production, Starz is slowly releasing more information about the story, the cast, and when we might be able to catch the series on television. Here’s everything we know so far about the highly anticipated upcoming series, “Shining Vale,” which premieres on Starz on September 22nd.

Release Date

Season 1 of the upcoming “Shining Vale” television series is currently in production in Los Angeles, California, according to sources, and will consist of eight half-hour episodes. Season 1 of the series is scheduled to premiere on July 5, 2021, so it shouldn’t be too long before it is completed. Of course, after that, the series must go through post-production, which includes editing, sound design, computer-generated imagery, and other tasks. 

Cast

“Shining Vale” has landed a fantastic cast, led by Courtney Cox, who will portray the main character Patricia “Pat” Phelps, an unfulfilled author who needs a fresh start. 

After experiencing marital difficulties, Pat and Terry decide to relocate their entire family to a small town in suburban Connecticut in a last-ditch effort to save their marriage. 

What could the storyline be? 

Following the official synopsis, “Shining Vale” follows the central family as they relocate from Brooklyn to a strange small town in New Hampshire. They are relocating to “the location of a house where terrible atrocities have taken place.

 Nobody notices, except for Patricia “Pat” Phelps (Cox), who believes she’s depressed or possessed – as it turns out, the symptoms are virtually identical in both cases. ” Sorvino’s Rosemary appears to be the first ghost that Pat encounters in her new home, and she “promises to help Pat get her groove back and finish her novel, if Pat will simply agree to let Rosemary ‘come inside her,’ a bargain that may haunt Pat for the rest of her life.”


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