FearNet will walk 'Dark Path'

Music-driven vampire-themed series debuts Nov. 6

Multiplatform horror-thriller network FearNet has partnered with music video director Mary Lambert for a music-driven vampire-themed series, "The Dark Path Chronicles."

Lambert, whose credits including directing videos for Madonna ("Like a Virgin," "Material Girl") and Janet Jackson ("Control," "Nasty Boys") as well as projects with Sting and Mariah Carey, wrote and directed the series. It revolves around a young vampire just awakened from hibernation and a teenage girl who hears voices who together explore a parallel reality.

"Dark Path" debuts Nov. 6 on FearNet.com and FearNet's VOD network. Jim Burns, who co-created MTV's "Unplugged" franchise, exec produces. Lambert produces with Elizabeth Stanley and Mark Lieber.

Music will play a big role in the series, featuring up-and-coming Goth-metal-influenced bands including Zombi, Junius, Jesu, Watch Me Burn and Prophet 7:13.

"The vampire genre is hotter than ever," FearNet president Diane Robina said. "There is no better way to marry the culture of vampires with cutting-edge music than by partnering with Mary Lambert for this series."

The ad-supported FearNet is a joint venture of Comcast, Sony Pictures TV and Lionsgate.