We’ve already seen some teaser trailers for Castle Rock, the psychological horror series executive produced by J.J. Abrams and his Bad Robot Productions which is set in the multiverse Stephen King established and has built over the years.
Now an official trailer for the show, which is set to arrive later this month, has been released by Hulu. You can find the new trailer below, along with the official synopsis and some more info on the series including the cast and when it will be released.
The latest trailer for Hulu’s upcoming series Castle Rock, which is set within the multiverse created by author Stephen King, has been released. And with the trailer comes the reveal of the show’s premiere date, so you can circle it on the calendar with your finest marker.
Hulu has released a new teaser trailer for Castle Rock, an upcoming series set in the multiverse author Stephen King has established in his many works.
The new teaser is a bit shorter than the first teaser we saw back in October. But the first teaser was shots from the show set to music, while this one includes new peeks with some actual dialogue thrown into the mix.
You can read a synopsis and check out the trailer below.
Hulu already has one series based on the work of Stephen King and produced by J.J. Abrams, 11.22.63. Now another one is on the way.
The streaming service has ordered 10 episodes of a new series titled Castle Rock from King and Abrams, through Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions and Warner Bros. Television. The title is the same name as the fictional town in Maine many of King’s stories are set in, part of his shared overall multiverse. The series will be set in that same multiverse. The new project from King and Abrams was first announced a few days back, followed by today’s confirmation of the number of episodes ordered.
You can read more about the show and check out a recently released teaser for it below.