Netflix Snatches Rights To BBC Horror Series ‘Red Rose’ From ‘Sex Education’ Producer Eleven & eOne

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Netflix Snatches Rights To BBC Horror Series ‘Red Rose’ From ‘Sex Education’ Producer Eleven & eOne
Exclusive: Netflix has secured the U.S. and international rights to Red Rose, the BBC horror drama created by identical twins Michael and Paul Clarkson, who have worked on shows including The Haunting Of Bly Manor and See.

Deadline can reveal that Netflix has picked up Red Rose from Entertainment One, which is repping the eight-part drama internationally under a co-production deal with Sex Education producer Eleven.

Sources tell us that eOne and Eleven, which made Timothy Spall horror The Enfield Haunting, are preparing to go into production on Red Rose from June, with filming taking place around Manchester and Bolton in the UK.

Originally commissioned by youth channel BBC Three last year, the series follows a group of British students as they discover the sinister Red Rose app, which encourages them to undertake a set of increasingly dangerous challenges.

One of the group, Rochelle Jackson, downloads the app and
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