Alfonso Cuarón Reportedly Working on Horror Television Series

Alfonso Cuarón is ready to bring the drama to television…

The 55-year-old Mexican filmmaker is reportedly working with Anonymous Content on a drama series, which is being pitched to pay cable and streaming outlets, garnering interest from multiple networks, according to

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Cuarón would work with actor Casey Affleck on the project.

Details about the project are being kept under wraps, but it is rumored to be a horror genre series that tracks the origins of a cult.

Cuarón is writing, directing and executive producing; Affleck is starring and executive producing. Anonymous Content, which signed Cuarón earlier this year, is producing.

Cuarón, who won the Best Director Oscar for directing Gravity, has a diverse feature resume that also includes Children of Men, Y Tu Mama Tambien and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

His next movie, Roma, is slated for release next year.

On the television side, Cuarón previously co-created and executive produced the NBC drama series Believe

Cuarón Finds Lead Actor for His NBC Drama Pilot “Believe”

Alfonso CuaronAlfonso Cuarón has found an actor he can believe in…

The 51-year-old Mexican filmmaker and J.J. Abrams have cast Jake McLaughlin in their NBC drama pilot Believe.


The high-concept project, written by Cuarón and Mark Friedman, revolves around the unlikely relationship between Bo, a girl who possesses a great gift/powers — which will come into their own in seven years — and Tate (McLaughlin), the man who is sprung from prison to protect her from the people trying to hunt her down.

Cuarón, who will see his latest film Gravity out in theaters in October, will direct the pilot, which he’ll executive produce with Friedman, Abrams and Bryan Burk.

McLaughlin has previously appeared in two of Abrams movies, Cloverfield and Super 8.