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Would you like to schedule a free play date with the new Chucky season? Then, we have some happy news! No, that’s fantastic news! Up to three episodes of their choice can be watched for free when fans download the official SYFY app.


Yes, that’s correct, free. Charles Lee Ray (voiced by Brad Dourif) can be enjoyed in all of his stab-happy glory without causing any financial harm to your finances. Why not love it? Oh, and did we also mention that Season 2 has a perfect 100 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes right now? You can watch as many episodes as you’d like if you link your current cable subscription to the SYFY app.

Chucky, a continuation of the popular Child’s Play series, is executive produced by Nick Antosca, Alex Hedlund, David Kirschner, and Jeff Renfroe in addition to Don Mancini, who also serves as the show’s creator and showrunner. Mancini expressed his desire for a comprehensive Chucky multiverse of projects spanning various mediums, similar to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, when he made an appearance at New York Comic Con earlier this month.

I have ideas for 35 years,” he told the crowded room. “I give Chucky a lot of unhealthy thought time in my life. And one of the things that occurs when you produce new films and TV shows over the course of many decades is that you come up with a lot of ideas, many of which don’t work out for the project you are currently working on. Now that it’s been ten years, you’re asking yourself, “Okay, we’re in this scenario. What happens next?” The concept is tucked away in a drawer. I still recall this. Oh my God. So yeah, if you guys ask for ideas for the Chucky Universe, I have no shortage.

Devon Sawa’s return from the “dead” this season as a brand-new character prompted Mancini to discuss his propensity for reuniting actors and draw comparisons to the James Bond series. According to the way the Broccoli family has managed the franchise, “actors return in different roles,” he said. As a child, I really found that intriguing and adored that component of it because they used numerous actors to achieve that.

The popular programme recently won two Saturn Awards for Best Television Series Release and Best Guest-Starring Performance: Network/Cable Series (Jennifer Tilly, who portrays herself and Tiffany Valentine) (in the Home Entertainment category).

Wednesdays at 9 p.m. Eastern, new episodes of Chucky debut on SYFY and USA Network. Season 2 has four episodes left. Currently available for streaming on Peacock is the entire first season, which has a 91 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

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