WEST WARWICK, R.I. (WPRI) — Residents in West Warwick may have noticed bright yellow signs hanging across town that read “SET” and “BASE CAMP.”

That’s because AMC Studios is in town to film a new supernatural horror series based on a bestselling novel by Joe Hill – Stephen King’s son – titled “NOS4A2.”

The series follows the villainous Charlie Manx (Zachary Quinto), as he is pursued by Vic McQueen (Ashleigh Cummings). In the series, McQueen discovers she has supernatural abilities and attempts to rescue Manx’s victims while eventually falling victim to him herself.

According to Rhode Island Film & Television Office Executive Director Steve Feinberg, the hour-long, 10-episode series is slated to premiere sometime in 2019 and will be filming through December.

“We are so happy that AMC has chosen to film a new series here in Rhode Island,” Gov. Gina Raimondo said in a statement. “With our pool of talented local artists, technicians and a variety of unique locations in close proximity, Rhode Island is the perfect place to make movies and television shows.”

Jami O’Brien, who worked on the sets of other AMC shows, “Fear the Walking Dead,” and “Hell on Wheels,” will be the showrunner and executive producer of the new series, along with Hill himself and Lauren Corrao, the co-president of Tornante Television. The series is being produced by AMC in association with Tornante Television.

“I am so excited to be able to shoot our scary, New England fantasy horror show in New England,” O’Brien said in a statement. “Rhode Island offers us such a great variety of looks and a priceless feeling of authenticity – not to mention clam cakes and cabinets!”

AMC is also filming for the miniseries in a couple of other locations across the state.