More creepy stories are coming your way! Check out all the latest updates on ‘Creepshow' Season 3 here.
'Creepshow' season 2 arrived on Shudder in April this year, but fans don't have to wait too long to get more creepy stories.
Shudder's 'Creepshow' is the continuation of the classic horror-comedy film started by Stephen King and George A. Romero from the '80s.
It's an anthology series that features different stories of terror on every episode.
Here is everything you need to know about 'Creepshow 3' so far.
Great news horror lovers! Our favorite horror anthology series is coming back for a third season!
'Creepshow' was officially renewed for season 3 on February 2021, ahead of its season 2 premiere.
“During our season two production, Shudder was so pleased with what they were seeing that they asked us to roll right into production on a brand-new third season that will feature some of our most ambitious stories yet,” executive producer and showrunner Greg Nicotero said in a statement via Deadline.
“I’m incredibly thankful to the team at Shudder for the opportunity to continue honoring the genre with more gleefully ghoulish tales over not one, but two new seasons of Creepshow this year.”
'Creepshow' Season 3 will premiere on Shudder on September 23, 2021.
Shudder is a streaming service for horror, thriller, and suspense genres.
The streaming platform also offers the chance to view Season 3 through its AMC+ bundle.
The second season of 'Creepshow' premiered on April 1 on Shudder and AMC+.
Just like before, season 3 of ‘Creepshow’ will consist of six episodes with each episode telling two short stories.
During Comic-con, Nicotero gave us a look at some of the stories that will get featured in the upcoming season.
"We have a Joe Hill story called 'Mums' that Rusty [Cundieff] directed, Ethan Embry, stars in. There are a couple of original stories; the story that James stars in is called 'Skeletons in the Closet' about a prop collector who, as it turns out, is such a fanatical fan that he digs up skeletons that were used in movies to add to his prop collection," Nicotero said during Comic-Con.
"So it's sort of loosely based on the legend that in Dawn of the Dead and Poltergeist that they used real skeletons as props for movies. I always loved the idea of, like, 'Wait, that was a person and their skeleton was used?' John Esposito wrote the script, I directed it, and James came in to play a couple of days."
Other episodes include 'Meter Reader' (which Nicotero describes as a nod to The Exorcist), and 'The Last Subaraya,' a story about an art dealer that discovers a rare but sinister painting.
'Drug Traffic' is an episode about a border patrol agent who gets attacked by a monster during his night job.
'Queen Bee' is another episode about kids who sneaks into a hospital to take a picture of the baby of the singer they idolized. They are planning to sell the photos to the tabloid but "get a little more than they bargained for.”
In the past seasons of 'Creepshow,' we have seen 'The Walking Dead' cast members Josh McDermitt, C. Thomas Howell, and Cailey Fleming star in the series. It also featured Kiefer Sutherland, Justin Long, Giancarlo Espositio, Joey King, Kid Cudi, and Tobin Bell.
In season 3, we will see another familiar face from 'The Walking Dead' Michael Rooker, Ethan Embry, and King Bach.
The rest of the cast list includes Ethan Embry, King Bach, James Remar, Johnathon Schaech, Reid Scott, and Hannah Fierman.
Big YES! Shudder finally dropped the trailer for 'Creepshow' Season 3. Save the date, 'Creepshow' Season 3 will release on Netflix on September 23. Check the official trailer below!