The anthology series gets two more seasons on Syfy.
February 9, 2017
Syfy announced today that Channel Zero has been renewed for Seasons 3 and 4. The anthology series, which has aired only one season to this point, had a fairly good reception from both critics and viewers during its initial run late last year.
The already-announced second installment will be called The No-End House and is expected to premiere later this year. As for details on Seasons 3 and 4, not much is known at this point other than the fact that creator Nick Antosca will remain on-board as executive producer, showrunner, and writer.
Each season of the Channel Zero anthology series features a different story taken from the popular 'creepypasta' Internet horror stories. This year's No-End House is said to tell the story of a young woman who visits the titled house, which is full of horrors consisting of increasingly-distrubing rooms. After returning home, she realizes everything has changed.
David P Lamar
09/29/17 at 08:36am
Season 2 pretty stupid
09/11/17 at 11:43am
I'm really excited for season 2. I didn't expect to like the first as much as I did based on some people's comments (I recorded it and watched it later) but it was really good. Can't wait to see what's next.
02/14/17 at 04:52pm
I watched 3 episodes of this until i finally asked myself why I was wasting my time. I never saw any "horror" or even really e "thriller" - I saw pretty boring melodrama with, to me, a comical "creature" which just didn't work on any type of "fear" level. I'm surprised it got renewed for so long.. then then I realized it's on teh SyFy channel... a bastion of "great" tv, right? Sp... yeah.... just one more reason my DVR can completely ignore the Syfy channel.
02/12/17 at 09:37pm
Terribly boring and I couldn't make it through 3 episodes before I deleted it. Very surprised they went ahead with 3 more seasons sight unseen. It was basically garbage yet it lives on while better stuff gets axed. I guess it's cheap to make. It looked like each episode cost about 1.50.
02/11/17 at 12:40pm
This show was pretty good and I am glad it's coming back. We have so little horror on tv.
02/10/17 at 09:22pm
That wasn't a "tooth" monster.. it was a mini-marshmallow creature. The illegitimate step child of the Stay Puff marshmallow Man from Ghostbusters.
02/10/17 at 08:03am
02/10/17 at 07:19am
LOVED season one and love even more that it's an anthology series with new storylines each season. I can't wait to see what the creepy bastards that brought the tooth monster to the screen do next!
02/09/17 at 08:05pm
Sorry.. season 1 just wasn't enough to hold interest here. it got fairly stupid after 3 or 4 episodes. I won't be tuning in for any more.
02/09/17 at 06:54pm
YES YES YES AND YES
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