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New “Channel Zero: No-End House” Teaser is ‘Elm Street’ Inspired

Syfy proved they do sometimes care about delivering quality programming with last year’s “Channel Zero: Candle Cove,” and it did well enough for the network that a second season is headed our way this coming Fall.

It’s titled “Channel Zero: No-End House,” and Syfy just uploaded the second teaser trailer. It takes a page out of the Nightmare on Elm Street playbook, while also reminding of the Elm Street-inspired arrival of the Demogorgon in “Stranger Things.”

Inspired by Brian Russell’s Creepypasta tale, “Channel Zero: No-End House” tells the story of a young woman named Margot Sleator who visits the No-End House: a bizarre house of horrors that consists of a series of increasingly disturbing rooms. When she returns home, Margot realizes that everything has changed.

Amy Forsyth, Aisha Dee and John Carroll Lynch star.

Nick Antosca returns as executive producer, showrunner and writer for the second installment, alongside executive producer Max Landis. Steven Piet directed all six episodes. Harley Peyton (“Twin Peaks”) is writer-co-executive producer, while Don Mancini (“Hannibal”, creator of Child’s Play) also serves as a writer-supervising producer.



COMMENTS

9 Comments
  • Kyle Cole

    I was surprised about how the first season turned out. I really liked it!

  • Brando

    Is it going to be similar to the Navidson Record?

    • Nicholas Heath Kinsman

      That doesn’t exist, don’t tease me.

  • Necro

    I thought SyFy ordered three more seasons after season one ended?

    • Nick Botic

      They did. The third and fourth season are (allegedly) titled “Staircases” and “Hidden Door, respectively

  • NOLAHorror

    Does anyone have any info on a bluray release of the first season?

  • Cameron West

    I thought the first season was INCREDIBLY slow and boring…I’m really not sure how SyFy managed to mess up such a good CreepyPasta…

    No-End House is my favorite CreepyPasta I’ve ever read so I’m REALLY hoping this is good…but not holding my breath.

  • Nicholas Heath Kinsman

    Also reminiscent of an Outer Limits episode that horrified me as a child.

  • GunsOfNavarone

    It reminds me more of The Frighteners.

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