Disney series ‘Sulfur Springs’ to film in New Orleans | Entertainment / Life


Disney is apparently preparing to shoot another TV series in New Orleans. “Sulfur Springs,” which has been described as a “Stranger Things” -style supernatural drama but with a younger target audience, is currently moving to New Orleans with production slated to run through the fall. 2019, according to the city of New Orleans. cinema office.

He joins Disney-produced “Cloak and Dagger”, a locally filmed superhero series, currently in its second season on the company’s cable channel Freeform.

“Sulfur Springs” will focus on the experiences of a family moving into a hotel – which they soon learn is haunted – in the fictional town of Sulfur Springs. Deadline described the project as a pilot, but the New Orleans Film Bureau reports that it will shoot in town until September 29, which suggests it has received a full series order that does not has yet to be announced.

This is a positive development for the long-running project, which was originally in development on the Disney Channel before migrating to the company’s next Disney + streaming platform. According to Deadline, he was recently brought back to the Disney Channel, where he’s apparently been gaining momentum.

Project budget figures are not yet available through the state film office, and no casting or premiere dates have been announced.

“Sulfur Springs” would be written by Tracey Thomson, who will produce alongside Charles Pratt.

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