Upcoming Shudder Creepshow Series Gets a Classic Comic Style Poster
This is the most fun you'll have being scared.
By Chris Morse
The upcoming Creepshow television series is getting a little attention ahead of New York Comic-Con as Shudder reveals its first teaser poster for the show. In case you missed it, we reported back in July that the series was in the works with The Walking Dead's Greg Nicotero on board as he will direct the first episode and oversee the series overall as executive producer.
Much like the classic films, this will be a horror anthology series and each episode will tell a separate story while also being directed by a different filmmaker. From the original announcement, here is the statement from Shudder GM Craig Engler.
Creepshow is one of the most beloved and iconic horror anthologies from two masters of the genre, George A. Romero and Stephen King. We’re thrilled to continue their legacy with another master of horror, Greg Nicotero, as we bring a new Creepshow TV series exclusively to Shudder members.
As for the poster, EW revealed it earlier today ahead of NYCC and we have that for you below.
Creepshow will premiere exclusively on Shudder sometime in 2019.
A New Creepshow Series is Being Helmed by Greg Nicotero
The new anthology series will be coming to Shudder in 2019.
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