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‘Chucky’ TV Series Officially Wraps Up Filming

‘Chucky’ Series is a sequel to the franchise created by Don Mancini and has several characters returning from the film. Watch the first episode on October 12 on Syfy and USA

Bradley - Wed, 11 Aug 2021 19:19:56 +0100 3752 Views
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Chucky TV Series has officially wrapped up filming in Toronto, Canada, today (10th Aug). Series creator Don Mancini announced production wrap via his social media accounts today. Chucky began production in March this year.


Chucky is a sequel to the "Cult of Chucky," the seventh movie of the Chucky franchise. The series will premiere on Syfy and the USA Network on October 12.


The series is set in an idyllic American town that is thrown into chaos after an antique Chucky doll turns up at a suburban yard sale, as a series of horrible killings begin to uncover the town's hypocrisies and lies. Several characters from Chucky's past, both friends and foes, appear to reveal the truth about the killings, as well as the demon doll's undiscovered origins as an ordinary child who somehow became this infamous monster.

 


Chucky (2021) already got an official trailer (watch at bottom of this article) last month, which teases the return of a supernatural doll controlling a kid.


Brad Dourif will reprise his role as Chucky, the spirit of serial killer Charles Lee Ray, whose spirit is imprisoned in a toy. Jake Webber, played by Zackary Arthur, is his newest victim, a teenage artist who discovers the doll at a yard sale. Fiona Dourif as Nica Pierce and Jennifer Tilly as Chucky's bride, Tiffany Valentine, are among the returning characters from the previous film.


Alex Vincent is returning as Andy Barclay, along with Christine Elise McCarthy as Kyle. Tio Briones, Alyvia Alyn Lind, Lexa Doig, Björgvin Arnarson, Devon Sawa, and Barbara Alyn Woods joins them.


Don Mancini is behind this sequel as writer, director, and showrunner. Franchise producer David Kirschner, Twin Peaks writer-producer Harley Peyton, and Hannibal writer Nick Antosca are among Mancini's co-executive producers. All ten episodes of the first season are written and directed by Mancini.

 

 

 

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