Hulu Will Adapt Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s Mexican Gothic
Comic Years Logo

Hulu Will Adapt Mexican Gothic, The New Novel By Silvia Moreno-Garcia

author img
BY February 10, 2021

The new novel by acclaimed author Silvia Moreno-Garcia – Mexican Gothic – will become a limited series on Hulu. Published in June, the title has generated a lot of buzz since its release. And it has also become a mainstay on the New York Times bestseller list. Let’s take a look at what we know about Mexican Gothic, and Hulu’s plans for the adaptation.

Mexican Gothic Is An Expertly Crafted Horror Story

Mexican Gothic Image via Del Rey Publishing

Mexican Gothic is the story of Noemí Taboada. She is an aristocratic young woman, bold and glamorous and an unlikely heroine. After receiving an alarming letter from her beloved cousin, Noemí travels far from her home in Mexico City. She arrives at a crumbling old mansion whose family harbors dark secrets. The longer she stays at the mansion known as High Place, the more Noemí herself falls prey to the sickness that has also infected her cousin. Soon Noemí begins to have visions of a golden woman with no face, and a long-dead daughter of the family who is trying to warn her of something terrible.

The novel has all the hallmarks of a classic work of gothic horror: a decaying mansion shrouded in mist. A once wealthy family with dark secrets who taints all those who come near them. A dark and unfathomable monster lurking in the shadows.

Mexican Gothic is many things: a mystery with a supernatural twist and fantastical undertones. It is also a story about power and powerlessness. It delves into the exploitation of land by white colonialism. There are themes of race and class that pervade the story, along with a strong feminist message. An exquisitely crafted novel that is layered and complex. There are plenty of twists and turns to keep you reading late into the night.

Mexican Gothic Will Come To Life At Hulu

Moreno-Garcia’s prose is vivid and cinematic, making the novel rife for adaptation. Hulu will adapt the novel along with Milojo Productions, the company run by Kelly Ripa and her husband. In a statement to Deadline, Ripa says “We feel like we hit the literary jackpot, and cannot wait to bring Silvia’s gorgeous writing to life, together with Hulu.” According to reports, Mexican Gothic will be a limited series on Hulu. No release date has been set.

We will certainly be keeping an eye on news of this adaptation as casting and other details emerge. To stay up to date be sure to follow Comic Years on Facebook and Twitter today.

BooksTV Shows

Emily O'Donnell is a writer and photographer with roots in some of the earliest online fandoms. She cut her genre teeth on the Wizard of Oz books at the tender age of 6 years old, and was reading epic adult fantasy novels by the age of 10. Decades later, she still consumes genre fiction like there is no tomorrow. She is delighted to be living through the golden age of sci-fi and fantasy popularity. She is unashamed of the amount of fanfiction that still lingers online under her name.

Adaptation NewsAdaptationsBook NewsBooksHorrorHorror BookshuluLimited SeriesMexican GothicSci-Fi & FantasySilvia Moreno-Garciastreamingtv seriesTV ShowTV Shows

Leave a comment


TV Shows
Gotham Season 5 Finale – What To Expect

With two episodes left before the Gotham season 5 finale, that also means the end is near for the series. Scheduled to wrap up in two weeks, there is still a lot of story to […]

BY Taylor Bauer March 27, 2019
True Detective Season 4 – Will It Be Announced?

Season three of True Detective is over now. The season featured an interesting story, but some familiar themes. Was it enough to warrant a True Detective season 4? Time will tell if the popular True […]

BY Taylor Bauer March 28, 2019
COMICSMarvelTV Shows
Who Are Cloak And Dagger: Meet The MCU’s Newest Pair In Their Original Series

With Avengers: Endgame mere weeks away, the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is in a state of flux. Despite rumors about upcoming films (we’re looking at you X-Men: Dark Phoenix), the only hero we […]

BY Joshua M. Patton April 11, 2019
error: Copyright Protection