Just in case you didn’t know another Halloween entry is coming soon…
Halloween Ends–the final chapter in the classic horror franchise–will hit theaters and Peacock in a couple of weeks, and an NBC special, Halloween in Hollywood, will mark that occasion tomorrow, according to a report on comicbook.com.
The hour-long special–scheduled for 8 p.m. (ET) tomorrow, Oct. 1 on NBC (and streaming on Peacock Oct. 2)–will “look back at the legacy of the franchise and its impact on pop culture,” according to the logline.
Hosted by Chris Hardwick from Universal Studios’ Halloween Horror Nights, the event “will be a celebration of horror fandom and of NBCUniversal’s role in defining the genre over the past century and its vision for the future of horror,” according to the description.
The show will include messages from Halloween Ends star Jamie Lee Curtis, producer Jason Blum, director David Gordon Green and the legendary John Carpenter, who started it all. In addition, a sneak peek of the film–which premieres Oct. 14–will be shown.
Keep reading Horror News Network for all updates on Halloween Ends.