[News] CHUCKY Gets Third Season; REGINALD THE VAMPIRE Rises for Second Season

[News] CHUCKY Gets Third Season; REGINALD THE VAMPIRE Rises for Second Season
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Over the weekend, it was announced that The USA Network/SYFY hit series CHUCKY was renewed for a third season. It’s too soon to say and I’m 100% joking when I say this, but the renewal comes almost immediately after M3GAN slaughtered the competition in theaters. A little rivalry can spark all sorts of things, like seasonal renewals.

“The cast and crew of ‘Chucky’ would like to thank fans and critics alike for their overwhelming response to season two, which we’re delighted to announce has now spurred the official greenlight on season three. This news has made Chucky very happy. Thank Damballa for that because otherwise Chucky would have been frankly impossible to deal with. Many thanks also to our partners at SYFY, USA and UCP for helping us keep Chucky busy. See you in 2023 for what Chucky himself promises will be his scariest season ever,” said executive producer Don Mancini.

CHUCKY is produced by UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group. The horror series ranked as a top-10 drama cable for 2022 in the 18-49 demo (L+7), so clearly the murder doll is here to stay.

Don Mancini, Nick Antosca, Alex Hedlund, David Kirschner and Jeff Renfroe executive produce.

As for REGINALD THE VAMPIRE…

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SYFY hit series REGINALD THE VAMPIRE has been renewed for a second season.

“The only thing better than getting the opportunity to make a season of television with SYFY is to get the opportunity to do it again,” said executive producer Harley Peyton. “All of us – cast and crew, writers, producers, and — can hardly wait.”

REGINALD THE VAMPIRE is produced by Great Pacific Media Inc., Modern Story Company, December Films and Cineflix Studios.

Harley Peyton, Jeremiah Chechik, Todd Berger, Lindsay Macadam, Brett Burlock and Peter Emerson executive produce. During its run, REGINALD THE VAMPIRE ranked as cable’s #2 drama in the 10 p.m. Wednesday timeslot in the 18-49 demo (L+7).

The series is based on the book series by Johnny B. Truant.

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