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: Hulu unveils premiere date and unsettling new teaser featuring Bill Skarsgård, Andre Holland
A woman holding a bloody knife. A hand grasping the bars of a cage. A high school mascot leaping to his death. An alligator. A funeral. A corpse.
Based on Stephen King’s literary canon (did you catch those glimpses of Shawshank State Prison and the number 237?) and set in the eponymous Maine town — one of King’s most popular fictional locations — Hulu’s upcoming, mysterious drama weaves together characters and themes from across King’s multiverse. Some like Scott Glenn’s Alan Pangborn, are figures making the leap from page to screen (or in his case specifically,
to screen); others, like death row lawyer Henry Deaver (
‘s Andre Holland), are new characters that have been created for the saga.
In the latest, exclusive trailer above, Henry returns to Castle Rock unsettled by the place he once called home. The teaser offers a few explanations as to why: His adoptive mother, Ruth Deaver (Sissy Spacek), seems shaken in her own house; a guard (presumably inside Shawshank) points his flashlight at some
inside a cage; and locals stare at Henry everywhere he walks. Plus, there’s the corpse — or rather, the
— hidden under a sheet, the man in a mask, and Bill Skarsgård’s presence. (No, the
star isn’t playing Pennywise, but he looks creepy nonetheless.)
alum Terry O’Quinn, who plays Dale Lacy, though he’s never seen speaking on screen) sums it up best: “There’s blood in every backyard, inside every house. People say it wasn’t me; it was
), is executive produced by the pair along with J.J. Abrams, Ben Stephenson, Liz Glotzer, and King himself. Along with Holland, Glenn, Spacek, Skarsgård, and O’Quinn, the 10-episode drama stars Melanie Lynskey and Jane Levy.