JumpScare– The American multinational publishing, education and media company Scholastic Entertainment is developing a horror series. The animated series will be known as JumpScare. It will be for kids for ages eight to ten, so the content would not be that horror. It will be adapted from different novels of the publishing house.
There has been no official date of release announced.
ABOUT THE SERIES
As Halloween is approaching, Scholastic has decided to come up with a series apt for the mood, specially for children. The publishing house will team up with Mainframe studios. Man of action entertainment which is mainly known for creating the favorite hero, Ben 10 and writing the series will write this series as well.
The horror animated kid series will be based on a total of five different stories. There will be one original story as well, which means an unpublished work.
Even tough the series is based on different stories, there is a sort of organized plot for all episodes which will air. All of the episodes will focus on teenagers who have to face paranormal and ghostly spirits.
The style of animation of each episode will be thematic, so that it can match the tone of the storyline and characters which are appearing. Also, an episode will have a different setup and background. This means, that one may be set in a graveyard and other in an asylum.
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The Halloween has inspired many production houses and creators to come up with eerie stuff which include both series and movies. On Disney and hotstar also an anthology series aired very recently.
It was made by Scholastic entertainment and Sony pictures together as a collaboration. It was called Just Beyond. The president of the entertainment company is also working as producer for this upcoming series.