Watch the trailer for the new season of “Creepshow”, premiering next week

Watch the trailer for the new season of "Creepshow", premiering next week

In the early 1980s, some of the most notable horror personas joined forces to create Creepshow (1982). George A. Romero directed it, Stephen King wrote it, and Richard P. Rubinstein (producer of Romero’s Martin (1978), Knightriders (1981), and Day of the Dead (1985), and of King’s Pet Sematary (1989), The Stand (1994), The Langoliers (1995), Thinner (1996) and The Night Flier (1997)) were the architects of the anthology that was starred by Hal Holbrook, Adrienne Barbeau, Fritz Weaver, Leslie Nielsen, Ted Danson and E. G. Marshall, as well as Stephen King himself, were some of the stars appearing in the movie. So wide was the success that it had a follow-up Creepshow 2 (1987). A third installment, Creepshow III (2006) also saw the light in this new century, but the result and the success were minimal due to its low quality.

In a time of revivals, it is not a surprise that The Creep, the popular master of ceremonies introducing every story, would eventually return. The premise is the same as it was decades ago, a young boy’s horror comic book comes to life in this anthology series of terrifying tales. And The Creep tells audience members darkly grim horror stories from the pages of the Creepshow comic book.

The new Creepshow (2019– ) TV series has been produced by Greg Nicotero, a popular special make-up effects creator, television producer, and director, author of several The Walking Dead (2010– ) episodes. The cast involves names like Adrienne Barbeau, Giancarlo Esposito, Tobin Bell, David Arquette, Tricia Helfer, Dana Gould, Jeffrey Combs, Bruce Davison, DJ Qualls, Big Boi, and Kid Cudi.

The Creepshow (2019– ) TV series will be formed by 12 episodes, that will released weekly as double features, and include directors like David Bruckner, Roxanne Benjamin, Rob Schrab, John Harrison, Greg Nicotero, and Tom Savini, adapting stories by Conu, Joe Hill, Joe R. Lansdale, Josh Malerman, Christopher Buehlman, Bruce Jones, John Skipp, John Harrison, Paul Dini, Rob Schrab, and Greg Nicotero.

The series is scheduled to premiere on Shudder September 26, 2019, and the last combo of episodes will be released the day of Halloween, October 31, 2019. You can check out here the trailer for the season 1 of Creepshow (2019– ) TV series.