Peter Capaldi, who starred in Doctor Who, has finally agreed to a release date for a new horror series

Peter Capaldi, who starred in Doctor Who, has finally agreed to a release date for a new horror seri ...

The Devil's Hour, a horror miniseries inspired by Doctor Who, will premiere on Friday, October 28.

For such a hair-raising tale, this release date seems appropriate, and followers will be able to watch it over on Prime Video.

Gideon, a nomad with a murderous obsession, is played by Capaldi, while Jessica Raine (Call the Midwife) joins him as Lucy, who wakes up every single night at precisely 3.33am the devil's hour suffering from unbearable visions.

Tom Moran (The Feed) and executive produced by Steven Moffat (Sherlock) was previously teased of the new series: "The piece is quite spectacularly dark, which can be quite enjoyable."

"Everything starts with the scripts, and Tom's scripts were wonderful and inventive, and they had a brilliant idea at the core." "You should listen to your nightmares, because they may be communicating with you in some way," says the author.

Capaldi explained that his reclusive character's connection with Lucy and her young child is "absolutely targeted." "Jess plays a character who Gideon has absolutely targeted. He is coming for her, he is coming for her child, and he will not be stopped."

"But the reason that he's doing it isn't what you'd expect... or maybe it's."

If you can't wait till Halloween to get your fill of Capaldi, go to Netflix, where his latest film Benediction, a biography of British war poet Siegfried Sassoon, has just begun streaming.

The Devil's Hour will be available on Amazon Prime Video on October 28.

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