J.J. Abrams' and Stephen King's Bad Robot Productions teased a brand-new Hulu project on Friday night called "Castle Rock" -- the name of the fictional town in which many of King's best-selling novels are set.
"JJ Abrams and I want to invite you to take a trip to Castle Rock," King tweeted along with the teaser. "Soon. Be afraid."
In the video, many of King's creations are featured, namely "Salem's Lot" and its Marsten House, "Needful Things," "Shawshank State Prison," "Misery's" Annie Wilkes, Horace Derwent, a character from "The Shining," and Richard Bachman, one of King's writing aliases.
This isn't the first time that Spielberg's heir-apparent and the legendary horror writer have teamed up for Hulu: the two worked together on "11.22.63," 2016's time-traveling drama about former president John F. Kennedy and his administration.
A premiere date for "Castle Rock" has not yet been announced, but it sure looks like "Stranger Things 2" is about to have some serious competition.