NBC Buys Pilot for New Drama Series Called "Centralia"

According to media sources, NBC has bought the pilot to a brand new show called "Centralia".

The show is described as a dark character-driven genre soap based on a real town in central Pennsylvania where an underground mine fire has been burning for over 50 years. The remaining few residents of this ghost town are determined to preserve their homes but remain unaware of the evil that is slowly making its way to the surface.

The show is reported to be written by Star-Crossed creator/executive producer Meredith Averill. According to www.horrorreport.com, Averill is native of Pottsville, PA.

Averill has first-hand knowledge of the Centralia story as she grew up in the nearby town of Pottsville, PA. She is coming off an overall deal at CBS TV Studios where, in addition to creating and executive producing alien-themed love story Star-Crossed for the CW, she also worked as co-executive producer on the studio’s CW dramedy Jane The Virgin and producer on CBS’ The Good Wife. She is repped by WME.

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