Chucky 2021 release date: When is the SyFy series out? Trailer reveal

Chucky: Trailer teases new SyFy series

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Chucky just released its first teaser trailer which has given fans a teaser for what to expect. The show is a continuation of the original film franchise that started back in 1988 with Child’s Play. But when will the new show drop on SyFy and USA Network?

What is the release date of Chucky?

Chucky fans don’t have to wait much longer after the highly anticipated series will be releasing this year, 2021.

The official release date has finally been revealed in a newly released trailer, with the show set to drop on October 12.

Chucky will continue the original film franchise that began with 1988’s Child’s Play which spawned a cult favourite franchise.

This series will ignore the 2019 reboot of the franchise, titled Child’s Play again, and will instead follow on from Cult of Chucky which 

In the original franchise, there has been a total of seven films, with Brad Dourif returning to voice the title character once more.

Jennifer Tilly will also return as Tiffany, the character who was first introduced in the 1998 film Bride of Chucky.

Alex Vincent is returning as Andy, the star who played the young boy from the original film that started it all, along with Fiona Dourif as Nica and Christine Elise as Kyle.

The synopsis for the new series reads: “After a vintage Chucky doll turns up at a suburban yard sale, an idyllic American town is thrown into chaos as a series of horrifying murders begin to expose the town’s hypocrisies and secrets.”

Don Mancini is back as creator and writer on the show, after having been the lead writer in all of the original films.

Mancini recently sat down with Entertainment Weekly to discuss the upcoming series and explain just how it ties in with the franchise.

One of the things that we pride ourselves on,” Mancini explains, “is that we have spun a relatively consistent and coherent narrative over the course of 33 years and seven films and now eight episodes of television.”

“I deliberately ended Cult of Chucky on a series of cliffhangers, major cliffhangers, because I knew a TV series would be the ideal place to accommodate delving into the ramifications.

“So we begin the series introducing our new story, our new milieu, and then we start to bring the veteran characters into the story, and it all comes together for a big showdown.”

Mancini also talked about how it wanted to bring the series back closer to the feel of the original films, particularly Child’s Play 2 from 1990.

“I’ve heard that the consensus fan favourite among all the movies is Child’s Play 2, Mancini continues, “our goal with the series was to bring Chucky’s look precisely back to that.”

The show looks as though it will bring together various elements from the old and new films, retaining the spirit of what made the franchise so beloved.

Despite being 33 years old, there are no signs the franchise is slowing down as Mancini hopes to bring Chucky back to the big screen.

“We have plans to do that, whether in lieu of additional seasons of the series, or in tandem with [them], potentially,” Mancini added.

“We’re creating a broader Chucky universe with the TV series that now could span over different media.”

Fans have been sharing their excitement for the show, with many of them taking to the comments of the first teaser trailer which was shared on YouTube.

One fan said: “Chuck is back and they’re cooler than ever.”

 “I’m excited for a whole new generation of people to get scared of cabbage patch dolls. Or whatever they make these days,” another added.

A third said: “This is a gift from god to the people that hated Child’s Play 2019.”

Chucky will be available to watch on SyFy and the USA Network from October 12.

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