The Exorcist (TV Series): The American supernatural horror film ‘The Exorcist’ is all set to come up with its television series which will be broadcasted on Fox from September 23. The Exorcist television series is created by Jeremy Slater, and the storyline of it is adapted from William Peter Blatty’s novel which has the same name. However, the movie was directed by William Friedkin.
The Exorcist TV series starring Geena Davis, Ben Daniels and Alfonso Herrera essaying the lead characters will once again deliver a spine chilling experience for all the viewers. Almost after four decades the scenarios of one going through a demonic possession will be highlighted with utmost perfection, and create a nail biting and sweat rolling down one’s face kind of a situation will arise.
The viewers will go back to a flashback and witness the spookiest of scenarios while watching The Exorcist TV series, as the circumstances will resemble the film. Geena Davis will depict the character of a helpless mother whose daughter is possessed by a demon and behaves quite bizarre by making horrific noises and using abusive words. However, Geena desperately wants her daughter to come back to her normal life. Therefore, she goes ahead to seek help from Alfonso Herrera who portrays the role of a Father. To solve the situation with utmost perfection Alfonso goes ahead to ask for help from Ben Daniels who essays the character of an experienced priest. And together they try to help out the family from getting rid of the demons forever.
The Exorcist film is one of the scariest horror flicks of all time. And now with its television series adaptation the viewers are expecting to go back in 1973 to witness a hair-raising situation which will scare them to their bits. The makers of The Exorcist TV Series are presuming that the viewers will be able to relate the television series with the film and highly appreciate it.
There are an innumerable number of horror flicks which have not done justice to the word horror. However, The Exorcist created a mark in the industry with its breathtaking portrayal of the ghostly scenes. And how torturing it gets for a 12-year-old kid and her family to deal with all of it. Nevertheless, The Exorcist movie made it to the list of New York Times bestseller, and now the viewers are expecting The Exorcist TV series to create the same mark by doing justice to the film.