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The Horror Anthology TV Trend Branches Into Comedy with Aubrey Plaza's Nightmare Time

A new TBS pilot from actor-writer-producer Aubrey Plaza combines two of horror TV’s big trends right now: the anthology format (American Horror Story, Channel Zero, Lifetime’s upcoming A Midsummer’s Nightmare) and comedy (Ash vs Evil Dead). But the show, called Nightmare Time, also sounds totally unique. Read more...
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