The horror anthology series Tales from the Crypt is coming back from the dead from original series producer Gilbert Adler and Eureka creator Andrew Cosby.

Unlike the original Tales from the Crypt series, which ran from 1989 to 1996 on HBO, this new incarnation will not be an anthology series. It isn't known if the iconic Crypt Keeper character will still be used. Here's what Andrew Cosby had to say about this new program.

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"It will be an ongoing series that uses characters from the comic books in a more modern context. It's all about continually elevating the genre, for both existing fans of the source material and mainstream audiences."

The project will be shopped around to broadcast and cable networks shortly. Cinemax has been mentioned as a possible home for the project, but it's too early to tell at this point.