Shudder officially ordered a third season of his acclaimed anthology horror series Creepshow, even before the second season was released.
While Creepshow Season 2’s premiere is still over a month away, fans of the acclaimed horror anthology series can celebrate early, with Shudder officially announcing that he has renewed the series for a third season.
Shudder confirmed that A scare show Season 3 is expected to premiere later this year with an order for six episodes. The news comes ahead of the season 2 premiere scheduled for April 1 on Shudder and AMC +, with production on season 3 expected to begin right after production on season 2.
“During our production of season 2, Shudder was so pleased with what they were seeing that they asked us to go straight into production of a new third season that will feature some of our most ambitious storylines yet,” said the creator of the series and executive producer Greg. Nicotero said. “I am incredibly grateful to the Shudder team for the opportunity to continue to honor the genre with more ghoulish stories in not one, but two new seasons of A scare show this year.”
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The announcement comes after Shudder ordered the scripts for a possible third season last June, while production for season 2 was suspended due to the coronavirus (COVID-19). Principal photography resumed under increased health precautions last September, beginning with a holiday special that premiered in December.
Developed for television by Greg Nicotero, A scare show Season 2 premieres April 1 on Shudder and AMC +.
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