Premiered on Shudder in 2019 by the AMCs, Creepshow is an American web television series that features horror anthology. The series was brought up on the television by Greg Nicotero, the director and producer of The Walking Dead. The series quickly gained a lot of popularity with 12 horror stories within a span of six episodes. The series is based on the 1982 film of the same name. The original story was directed by George A. Romero and was written by Stephen King.
With a huge fan following from the first season, the series was all set for the release of its second season. The production of the season already started from March 2020 in Atlanta but was later delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic situation. With season 2, in line, Shudder wanted to keep updated with season 3 of the series to maintain the fanbase and vibe.
Earlier, in a statement, the general manager of Shudder stated that although the second season of the series is on pause. The production is waiting for the current scenario to neutralize. They wanted this time to be productive because of which the work on the third season has been started by Greg Nicotero and the team to lead a fair path in this situation.
Season 3 is the continuation of the legacy that was created years ago in the 80s by George Romero and Stephen King. The director said that the series is very close to his heart, and it made him fortunate enough to work with the best storytellers and artists in the business. He further stated that the stories of the second season will be a lot of fun for the viewers and are made with the utmost dedication and priority, thereby reviving the spirits of the legacy.
With the season including the original stories from writers like Stephen King, Paul Dini, and Robert Schrab, the cast played a crucial role in bringing the stories to life. The brilliant cast consists of actors like The cast of the series included the great acts of Jeffrey Combs, DJ Qualls, David Arquette, Giancarlo Esposito, Adrienne Barbeau, Kid Cudi, Tobin Bell, and others.
For the viewers who wanted to start watching the series, the first season of Creepshow that includes six episodes was aired by the AMC in May, and the season is still available for stream on Shudder.