McG's Wonderland shingle and Warner Bros. TV are developing a new series, Ghostfacers, which is a spinoff of Supernatural destined for the Internet, rather than TV.

According to Variety, Ghostfacers will premiere on -- the interactive/video-on-demand website that emerged from the ashes of the WB television network. The series will also appear on the CW's website.

Wonderland has already begun production on the project, which will initially run as 10 three-minute episodes.

Ghostfacers follows a team of ghost hunters who tape their exploits in documentary fashion.

"It felt like the nature and style of what they do with their show-within-a-show would be fun to see in new media," said Wonderland TV topper Peter Johnson. "It's a fun, subversive way to allow these characters to play in the margins."

The somewhat comedic group first appeared on the first season of "Supernatural" (and were created for the show by Trey Callaway for the episode "Hell House") and also returned in season three, in the episode "Ghostfacers," by Ben Edlund.

According to Johnson, the Ghostfacers characters have already spawned a convention in London.

New series' first installment will follow the Ghostfacers as they investigate a theater believed to be haunted by the ghost of a young starlet (played by Nip/Tuck alum Kelly Carlson).

Ghostfacers stars A.J. Buckley, Travis Wester, Brittany Ishibashi and Austin Basis.