Shudder's Creepshow Season 3 Gets First Clips And September 23 Release Date

Showrunner Greg Nicotero was part of the Creepshow panel at Comic-Con@Home.

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The first footage from Creepshow Season 3 has been revealed. Two clips from the next season of Shudder's anthology horror show were shown during Comic-Con@Home's Creepshow panel.

The panel featured showrunner Greg Nicotero, writer Mattie Do, director Rusty Cundieff, and actors Michael Rooker and James Remar. The first clip is taken from Do's story, which is titled "Drug Traffic," and stars Rooker as a cop investigating a strange series of killings, and you can see that below at the 14-minute mark. The second clip is from the story titled "Queen Bee," which focuses on a pop star who is possessed by aliens--you can check that out at 31 minutes.

Nicotero confirmed that Creepshow Season 3 will premiere on Shudder on September 23 and will consist of 12 stories across six episodes. The other stories include "Mums," directed by Cundieff and adapted by Nicotero from Joe Hill's short story, "Meter Reader," which Nicotero said will reference The Exorcist, and "The Last Subaraya," about an art dealer who unleashes a demonic presence from a rare painting.

Creepshow Season 3 follows soon after Season 2, which hit Shudder in April. There was also an animated Creepshow Halloween special last year and a special Holiday episode.

Creepshow wasn't the only upcoming Shudder release to get a Comic-Con@Home panel this weekend. The first clip from V/H/S/94, the latest part in the popular found footage anthology series, was released on Friday. The film is set to arrive in the Fall.

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