Watch the first trailer for From, a horror series with a confusing title

Are developers lacking titles, like craft breweries are with their beers? Or are they attempting to get on board with the memes and jokes that have followed series like Netflix’s You? A minimum of scary stories like Jordan Peele’s United States, the Amazon series Them, and the upcoming motion picture We — or, reaching back even more, Spike Jonze’s motion picture Her — indicate a sensation that there’s a significant character at the root of the title. However what to make from the 2022 scary series From, which looks like a title developed entirely to raise concerns? From what? From where? From who? Poor Laura Ingraham is going to be so baffled.

The group behind From, consisting of developer John Griffin (author of the upcoming sci-fi motion picture Crater) and showrunner Jeff Pinkner (a manufacturer on Lost, Fringe, and Alias) simply launched its very first trailer, and it’s quite spooky. With its concentrate on a little run-down town and an astonishing phenomenon trapping a vast group of individuals there, it feels a lot like a timeless Stephen King narrative. (And a reasonable bit like a variation of King and Joe Hill’s In the Tall Turf, fixated a pitstop town rather of a field.)

Harold Perrineau (Lost, Oz, Romeo + Juliet) leads the ensemble, along with The Stand’s Eion Bailey and Maria Loaded With Grace’s Catalina Sandino Moreno as the current couple to get captured up in the secret and find the unsafe animals that might lag it. The series debuts on Epix on February 20, 2022. Get ready for a lot of complicated evaluation headings in February, as outlets search for methods around phrasing like “From navigates the same territory as Lost” without appearing like they neglected some words along the method.

Hannah Cheramy and Catalina Sandino Moreno, looking wet and shaken, hang onto each other in the horror series From

Picture: Chris Reardon/Epix

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.