If you can't get enough of the Halloween franchise, here are some really good news.

A TV series based on the movies might happen.

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If you're not really familiar with the timeline, let us explain. Around two years ago, Fangoria announced that Trancas International Films was working on a TV series based on Halloween.

Not much else was revealed about the project at the time.

Now, Bloody Disgusting asked Halloween producer Malek Akkad about it, and he had some interesting thoughts to share.

First, Akkad revealed he started working on the project around 10 years ago. Plus, he still wants to make it happen.

"When we started doing it… this was in development about a decade ago. At the time, I think the thought was we don’t want to cannibalize the theatrical. Let’s keep it as a theatrical event movie. If that starts flowing down, we would address TV," he says. "Nowadays, we all know, TV is pulling out ahead of theatrical in a way that surprised everybody, certainly me.”

Obviously, the series would have to involve Michael Myers, in case you were doubting that. However, it wouldn't be necessarily related to the movies.

"The one we were developing and that I still feel very strongly about, he’s involved in it,” Akkad tells Bloody Disgusting. "That’s really all I can say about it now. It wouldn’t look anything like your traditional Halloween movie, but he’s in there as are a lot of other characters but used in different and interesting ways.”

The next Halloween movie

While we wait for more answers about the show, the next Halloween movie can keep us occupied.

The highly anticipated film has fans on the edge of their seats because it's disregarding the previous nine sequels, having this plot take place after the original 1978 film.

The sequel follows a crew of filmmakers as they investigate the events of Halloween 1978. They enter the prison where Michael Meyers is being held and taunt him with the famous mask. Meyers escapes (with the mask, of course) and seeks revenge on Strode (who according to the new trailer is no longer Meyers’ sister as the 1978 film implied).

Along with Jamie Lee Curtis’ return, Nick Castle will reprise his role as Meyers in conjunction with newcomer James Jude Courtney who was recruited to give the slasher quick, cat-like movements.

“We talked about the character and we talked about movement,” Courtney says of director David Gordon Green, per an interview with Halloween Daily News. “He said, ‘Look, I really see a certain—yes, The Shape moves a certain way and Nick Castle was the one that created that iconic sort of presence, but I have this idea that there’s a certain cat-like quality to the efficiency and movement.’”

The original film’s director/co-writer John Carpenter will also serve as executive producer and creative consultant as well as score the 2018 film.

Halloween will hit theaters Oct. 19, and you can check out the fan-made TV spot below.

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