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A young woman returns to the small town where her parents were murdered, only to find the past re-emerging as a new series of murders begins.


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Series cast summary:
Christopher Jacot ...  Robin Turner / ... 13 episodes, 2016-2017
Jim Watson ...  Noah / ... 9 episodes, 2016-2017
Paula Brancati ...  Dawn / ... 9 episodes, 2016-2017
Katie McGrath ...  Sarah Bennett 8 episodes, 2016
Leslie Hope ...  Judith 8 episodes, 2017
Brandon Jay McLaren ...  Dylan Bennett 8 episodes, 2016
Lovell Adams-Gray ...  Peter 8 episodes, 2017
Steve Byers ...  Sgt. Cam Henry 8 episodes, 2016
Paulino Nunes ...  Mark 8 episodes, 2017
Sebastian Pigott ...  Wren 8 episodes, 2017
Joanne Vannicola ...  Renée / ... 8 episodes, 2016-2017
Madison Cheeatow ...  Keira 8 episodes, 2017
Patrick Garrow ...  Tom Winston 7 episodes, 2016
Dean McDermott ...  Chief Iain Vaughn / ... 7 episodes, 2016-2017
Kaitlyn Leeb ...  Susan 7 episodes, 2017
Ty Olsson ...  Glenn 6 episodes, 2017
Erin Karpluk ...  Heather Peterson 6 episodes, 2016
Rob Stewart ...  Alan Henry 6 episodes, 2016
Melinda Shankar ...  Talvinder 6 episodes, 2017
Rebecca Liddiard ...  Andi 6 episodes, 2017
Jessica Sipos ...  June Henry 6 episodes, 2016
Jefferson Brown ...  Trent McBride / ... 6 episodes, 2016-2017
Mayko Nguyen ...  Alison Sutherland 5 episodes, 2016
Alysa King ...  Rachel Ingram 6 episodes, 2016


Slasher is a Canadian-American television drama-anthology series starring Katie McGrath. Slasher is the first own-produced series by U.S. TV channel Chiller and centers around a young woman, Sarah, who is confronted with a series of horrifying copycat murders, that are based on the widely-known killings of her parents years ago. Written by lior peer

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Everyone in this town has a past. Not everyone has a future. See more »


Drama | Horror | Mystery


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Release Date:

4 March 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Slasher 2: Guilty Party See more »

Filming Locations:

Sudbury, Ontario, Canada See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


In season 1 Sarah and Cam say they went to Camp Motega when they were kids which is the setting of season 2. See more »


Referenced in The Simpsons: Krusty the Clown (2018) See more »

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Easy-to-binge Serial Killer Thriller
31 July 2017 | by Stovepipe99See all my reviews

This series follows Sarah, a young woman who has returned to the town (and the house!) where years earlier her parents were murdered. Her arrival seems to spark a new wave of killings by a masked murderer known as the Executioner.

This is the kind of show that is the equivalent of a page-turner. It moves the plot along at a fairly brisk pace, with scandalous murders and plot twists in each and every episode. The killings are gruesome and dramatic, and some of the actors really commit themselves to their sleazy, wicked characters. The show is at its best when it commits to the high drama and outrageous set pieces (this is the kind of show where EVERYONE goes alone to investigate clues, even when they suspect they are walking into a killer's trap).

My main issues with the show were to do with the central mystery itself. I was able to guess the killer/killers (leaving that ambiguous for you so that I don't give anything away) by the middle of the second episode, and the show doesn't do a great job of developing very many plausible suspects to begin with. This is the kind of show where the killer has "rules"--sort of--but there's a frustrating lack of consistency through the different episodes. I felt very let down by the last episode/conclusion. I also docked the show a full star for a totally obnoxious and off-putting final scene. If the final scene of the season is meant as a teaser for the second season, I will not be watching.

This is a perfect show for binge-watching, with just eight episodes and a fast-paced plot. If you watch a lot of thriller or horror movies, there isn't a lot here that is new, but it does many of the classic tricks and tropes just fine.

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