‘Creepshow’ Returning For Fourth Season On Shudder

by Thomas Tuna

Quiet on the set! OK, cue The Creep.

The popular horror anthology series Creepshow has been renewed for a fourth season on Shudder, as reported by Deadline. No debut date has been announced, but Halloween season sounds good. Stay tuned.

Creepshow–led by showrunner and executive producer Greg Nicotero–is based on the 1982 horror classic by director George A. Romero and screenwriter Stephen King (remember those guys?). The series, as all fans know, explores all sorts of terrors–ranging from bloody murders to strange creatures and monsters to unexplained supernatural happenings.

The series–which debuted on Shudder back in September of 2019–is billed as “the most fun you’ll ever have being scared.”

The original Creepshow film–an homage to the EC horror comics of the 1950s–stars Hal Holbrook, Adrienne Barbeau, Fritz Weaver, Leslie Nielsen and King himself.

When asked about the possibility of rebooting the original film, Nicotero said today’s viewers “tend to like to watch short content. They like the idea of an 18- or 20-minute morsel.”

He added that what makes the Creepshow series different is “that you have all these different themes. So, I like what we are able to do. Certainly, I would love to consider doing a Creepshow movie, and have more money and time to expand the show.”

Keep reading Horror News Network for further updates on Season 4 of Creepshow on Shudder.


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