First Season of ‘Creepshow’ Will Air on AMC

Deadline is reporting that the first season of Creepshow will air on AMC just before the second season comes to Shudder.

“There’s absolute crossover between the brand and the content on some of our linear channels and OTT services,” AMC COO Ed Carroll, speaking on its investor call following its financials, said. “We think that [Creepshow] will be successful on AMC but will also then build audiences for the season two launch back on Shudder.”

Season one of Creepshow made its debut on Shudder on September 26, 2019. The horror anthology series consisted of six episodes which featured two different tales per installment. The series attracted a ton of directing talent including Greg Nicotero, John Harrison, Rob Schrab, David Bruckner, Roxanne Benjamin and Tom Savini. Directing wasn’t the only strong suit that Creepshow had, the series attracted quality actors like David Arquette, Adrienne Barbeau, Tobin Bell, Giancarlo Esposito, Tricia Helfer and Dana Gould. The series was renewed for a second season just before Halloween 2019.

While we expect Creepshow to return around Halloween, no official premiere date has been given for season two. Stay tuned to Horror News Network for the latest on this series.

Rob Caprilozzi
Rob Caprilozzi
Rob Caprilozzi created Comic Monsters in 2004 and eventually expanded the site in 2009 to Horror News Network. Born out his love for all aspects of horror, Rob still remains hardcore comic fan. You can keep up with him on Twitter @RobCaprilozzi.

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