We told you about John Darko and John R. Leonetti’s new series “Nowheresville” a while back, and now you can sample a song from its soundtrack from the band On Being Human entitled “Flesh on Fire.” Greg M. Johnson of the band has been chosen to compose for “Nowheresville.”
The show is being shopped around to various networks, though nothing has been set in stone in terms of when or where we’ll be able to see it.
Check out the synopsis below to find out what we’re in store for!
The pilot episode of the show will be directed by John Darko and John R. Leonetti and written by Darko and Anthony Cincotta.
In the rural community of “Nowheresville” two brothers named Steve and Steve fight to protect themselves and their senile uncle from an apocalypse that never happened.
Keeping the farm operational and safe from the “infected populous” isn’t their only problem. Set on an ancient Indian burial ground, their war against supernatural beings and other mythical creatures that haunt the plantation proves to be as difficult as learning what a computer is and does.
From hundreds of VHS tapes left behind by their religiously insane father, this is their only database for knowledge. That and the small amounts of underestimated help they get from their two childhood sweeties in a neighboring estate and a very unsuspecting film crew on assignment to document their antics.
Amidst the chaotic evil spirits that terrorize these idiots, the boys struggle to defend what’s theirs, while their survival depends on the one thing they have no idea about: the world outside of nowhere.
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