Jennifer Tilly has closed a deal to return for Season 2 of the USA Network/Syfy horror series Chucky, from the movie franchise creator/writer Don Mancini who serves as showrunner.
Ahead of the 90minute series finale (which airs Tuesday 30th) , the ‘Chucky’ TV series from creator Don Mancini has been renewed for a second season on SyFy/USA Network; which is set to air in 2022.
This week see Don Mancini’s “Chucky” series premiering on SYFY & USA last night and Halloween Kills headed to theaters and Peacock on Friday. Yes, both Chucky and Michael Myers are back in the very same week, and since they’re both Universal properties, well, that means the two can co-exist within the same marketing. Now Universal have allowed the two iconic characters to meet for the first time in a new TV Spot for you may have seen while watching “Chucky” last night.
As we enter ‘Spooktober’, from the kooky to the down-right creepy here are some of the frightful Films & TV Shows to look out for on streaming services this month in the run up to Halloween!
David Kohlsmith will play a very young Charles Lee Ray in the upcoming SYFY and USA’s Chucky series.
Brad Dourif played Charles Lee Ray in the debut film, which opened with the killer being chased down and eventually shot in the middle of a toy store. Using voodoo magic, Ray finds himself trapped in the body of a doll, giving birth to Chucky and several Child’s Play sequels.
The series is set to premiere on SYFY & USA on October 12, 2021.
The first look image and teaser for SYFY/USA’s ‘Chucky’ TV series has been released by Entertainment Weekly.
The cast for SYFY/USA’s Chucky series continues to grow, with SYFY reporting today actress Lexa Doig is the latest to join the franchise.
Doig is playing a character named Bree Webber.