First episode of the TV show “Chucky” published online for free


Just in time for Halloween, USA Network and Syfy have released the first episode of the new one Chucky Television series on the Internet. The show that picks up on the events of 2017 Chucky cultShe breathes new life into the horror franchise. Chucky is directed by Don Mancini, who wrote the script for the original Child’s play Trilogy.

See if you can stand the 45 minute episode below, which features the demonic redhead doll in all of its bloodthirsty glory. If you brave the whole premiere, relax by checking out the special behind-the-scenes look at the series after the credits:

At a time when all major streaming platforms and networks are competing for viewers’ time and attention, the concept of giving the audience a taste of a new series has become quite popular. HBO has created a similar offering with Lovecraft land, as well as Paramount + with Star Trek: Picard. Presenting viewers a free episode usually only works when a show Yes, really good and fortunately ChuckyThe premiere shows promise for the rest of the series.

Just because of the premiere Chucky currently has a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 93 percent. While non-fans may not find the topic particularly appealing, followers of the franchise should be pleased with the new series’ commitment to recapturing the blood-soaked mayhem of the original Child’s play Movies.

The series brings back the previous Chucky Alumni like Brad Dourif, Fiona Dourif, Alex Vincent, Christine Elise and Tiffany Valentine. This is joined by the newcomers Alyvia Alyn Lind, Zackary Arthur, Björgvin Arnarson, Teo Briones, Lexa Doig, Devon Sawa and Barbara Alyn Woods. New episodes of Chucky will arrive on both the USA Network and Syfy every Tuesday.

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