FX has acquired Brian Miller’s short story “The Bridgewater Triangle” with plans to develop it into a television series with the help of “Fargo” and “Legion” showrunner Noah Hawley.
In southeastern Massachusetts lies The Bridgewater Triangle – think a more intense land-based ‘Bermuda Triangle’ – a 200 square mile patch of New England that covers seventeen small towns and is a documented hub of apparent supernatural activity.
The apocalyptic horror thriller is set within these small towns as a massive paranormal event strikes all these communities simultaneously, turning them upside down and affecting thousands of lives. Three estranged siblings must somehow survive and come together in the chaos as the only ones who can stop it.
Miller is attached to write the pilot with Hawley and his 26 Keys label executive producing. Hawley is also producing a limited series adaptation of Kurt Vonnegut’s “Cat’s Cradle” for FX, while Miller’s novel “Necropolis” is currently in development at Bad Robot.