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The second season of Syfy’s horror anthology series Channel Zero, subtitled, “No-End House,” has yet to debut on television, and the network is already dying for more. The cabler on Thursday announced a pickup of two additional chapters, making it a total of four seasons so far for the series.
“Making CHANNEL ZERO’s CANDLE COVE and NO-END HOUSE has been a terrific experience,” said Channel Zero boss Nick Antosca. “Universal Cable Productions and Syfy gave us a unique space to adapt weird cult horror stories and showcase some of the most talented independent directors out there. I’m so excited to bring more of these stories to the screen.”
Novelist, screenwriter and TV writer Antosca (“Hannibal,” “Teen Wolf”) returns as executive producer, showrunner and writer for both newly ordered installments alongside executive producer Max Landis (“Chronicle,” “American Ultra”), with Universal Cable Productions as the studio.
Before Channel Zero, Antosca was a writer and producer on “Hannibal.” He has written five books including “The Girlfriend Game,” “Fires” and “Midnight Picnic,” which won a Shirley Jackson Award. He is from New Orleans, Louisiana and currently lives in California. Antosca is represented by WME, Writ Large and attorney Lev Ginsburg.
Channel Zero No-End House, is set to air sometime in 2017 on Syfy.