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Season: 1

A young boy's horror comic book comes to life in this anthology series of terrifying tales.

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Status: filming
Status Updated: 06 Feb 2019

Series Cast Summary

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  Angela (2 episodes)
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  Harold (1 episode)
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  Carla (1 episode)
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  SGT Quist (1 episode)
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  Pete (1 episode)
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  Dr. Sloan (1 episode)
Nathan W. Collins ...
  Dead Nazi / ... (1 episode)
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  Billy (1 episode)
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  Marjorie (1 episode)
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  Chet (1 episode)
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  Bobby (1 episode)
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  Mrs. Hathaway (1 episode)
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  Woman in White (1 episode)
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  Smitty (1 episode)
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  Trucker (1 episode)
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  Samantha (1 episode)
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  Randy (1 episode)
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  Alex (1 episode)
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  Ezra (1 episode)
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  Mr. Collins (1 episode)
Carey Jones ...
  Scarecrow (1 episode)
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  Thomas (1 episode)
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  Don Pomade (1 episode)
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  Suzie (1 episode)
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  Kelly Michaels (1 episode)
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  Justin (1 episode)
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  Skeeter (1 episode)
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  Celia Mendez (1 episode)
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  Captain Talby (1 episode)
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  Eddie (1 episode)
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  Greeter (1 episode)
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  Timmy (1 episode)
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  Kevin (1 episode)
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  Debbie (1 episode)
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  Thomas Harding (1 episode)
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  Randy (1 episode)
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  Leigh (1 episode)

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Distributors

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  • Shudder (2019) (United States) (tv)

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Storyline

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Taglines The Most Fun You'll Ever Have Being Scared See more »
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Parents Guide Add content advisory for parents »

Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Creepshow (United States)
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Adrienne Barbeau, who appeared in the original Creepshow movie as Billie in "The Crate," has also been cast. Her episode is called "Gray Matter," a 1973 Stephen King story, published in his 1978 collection, Night Shift, adapted by Byron Willinger and Philip de Blasi (The Commuter), directed by series showrunner Greg Nicotero. See more »

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