AMC has done some rearranging to their upcoming schedule including the premiere date for season two of NOS4A2 and the broadcast schedule for the Creepshow anthology series.
NOS4A2 was initially schedule for release on June 1, 2020, but will now premiere three weeks later on Sunday, June 21st at 9 pm EST while Creepshow will be spread over six weeks instead of the planned three week broadcast beginning on May 4, 2020 and running through June 8 at 10 pm EST.
There was no reason given for the changes according to Deadline, but it no doubt has something to do with the many schedule changes we’ve seen in the fallout of Covid-19.
Based on the novel by Joe Hill, NOS4A2 will begin with a time jump of eight years and will focus once again on Vic McQueen (Ashleigh Cummings) still on the trail of Charlie Manx (Zachary Quinto) in an effort to destroy him once and for all.
Creepshow is based on the popular horror anthology film from the 1980s. Greg Nicotero (The Walking Dead) serves as executive producer and showrunner for the series. Nictotero brought together serious talent on both sides of the camera drawing on stories by Stephen King, Joe Hill, and Josh Malerman with appearances by Tobin Bell (Saw), David Arquette (Scream), and Adrienne Barbeau (The Fog).
The series previously aired on AMC’s all horror/thriller streaming platform, Shudder, and this will be the first time, they’ve brought a series from the platform to their cable audiences.
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