The chilling story made popular in the1968 film is now getting recreated as a miniseries. Rosemary's Baby will appear on NBC as a two-part four-hour miniseries.
Prepare to be spooked because this isn't your typical miniseries.
The show features Star Trek's Zoe Saldana as Rosemary Woodhouse and Suits stud Patrick J. Adams as her husband Guy Woodhouse.
Baby stars out as the couple leaves New York for Paris in hopes of a fresh start.
Eventually, Mr. and Mrs. Woodhouse are presented with a gift of an extraordinary apartment in the hear of Paris.
The only caveat is that the glorious pad located in the prime spot of town comes with a dark, haunted history.
Before long, Mrs. Woodhouse becomes pregnant and slowly starts to discover things aren't as they appear...And their neighbors (played by Jason Isaccs and Carole Bouquet) may not be the ones to trust.
NBC's take on Baby was directed by Agnieszka Holland and written by Scott Abbott and James Wong.
The creepy story was originally based on Ira Levin's classic book from 1967. You can catch the thrilling show on NBC this May.
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