Press Release: Streamer Peacock has given a straight-to-series order to a horror thriller tentatively known as the “Untitled Ian Mcculloch Project” with James Wan executive producing and Ian Mcculloch writing and executive producing. The series follows a disparate group of people on a ranch who must come together in the face of a mysterious threat and is inspired by the New York Times bestselling novel “Stinger” by Robert McCammon.

“We are so excited for this adrenalized thriller about a group of people overcoming adversity, that’s both entertaining and emotional,” said Lisa Katz, President Scripted Content, NBCUniversal Television and Streaming. “We know this upcoming drama will be in expert hands with James Wan, E.L. Katz, Ian McCulloch, our partners at UCP, and is sure to be a binge-worthy mystery for Peacock audiences.”

ยท “When you bring together James Wan, Ian McCulloch, E.L. Katz and a bestselling novel by Robert McCammon, you’ve got all the ingredients for an incredible series,” said Beatrice Springborn, President, UCP. “We’re ecstatic to partner with Peacock to bring this thrill ride of a show to their audience.”

ABOUT THE NOVEL STINGER: Stinger takes place during a single twenty-four-hour period in Inferno, Texas. Inferno is a town in trouble, driven to the brink by racial tension, gang violence, and a collapsing economy. But things can always get worse, and they do so with astonishing speed.