Be Thankful for the Official Trailer for Into the Dark: Pilgrim
Here's your first look at a different sort of Thanksgiving tribute.
By Chris Morse
This November, Hulu is giving horror fans something to be thankful for with a Thanksgiving-themed installment of its anthology series, Into the Dark. Titled Pilgrim, the episode is set to debut on November 1st and the official trailer was released just a little while ago.
See what we're getting into next month by giving the above preview a watch. Plus, we have a recap of the episode details as well as a sneak preview of what December will bring.
Inspired by true events, Pilgrim follows a woman named Ms. Anna Barker who invites Pilgrim reenactors to her family's Thanksgiving celebration in an effort to remind them of their privilege and help them bond with one another. When these so-called actors refuse to break character even for a moment, this family soon learns that there is such a thing as too much gratitude.
Starring in this episode is Kerr Smith (Riverdale), Reign Edwards (Snowfall), Peter Giles (Man Seeking Woman), Courtney Henggeler (Cobra Kai), Taj Speights (Grey’s Anatomy), and Antonio Raul Corbo (Broke). Reunited for this installment are Saw veterans and The Collected co-writers Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton. Dunstan directs with an additional writing credit going to Noah Feinberg. Pilgrim will be streaming beginning November 1st.
For December, A Nasty Piece of Work follows a mid-level employee at a large company who finds out he’s not getting the Christmas bonus or promotion he was expecting. However, his boss has other ideas for how to choose who will climb the corporate ladder by pitting him against his professional rival in a violent competition.
That episode stars Kyle Howard (My Boys), Julian Sands (What/If), Dustin Milligan (Schitt’s Creek), Angela Sarafyan (Westworld), Molly Hagan (Sully), and Natalie Hall (Only the Brave). Written by Paul Soter and directed by Charles Hood, it is set to hit Hulu on December 6th.
Previous feature-length installments of Hulu’s Into the Dark are currently streaming with another year of new episodes arriving monthly. As always, stay tuned to Dead Entertainment for more coverage and information on this series ahead.