The first season of Hulu’s Castle Rock came to an end this week, offering up answers to some of the season’s biggest questions — while leaving a few other mysteries unexplained. While we wait to see how Season 2 of the Stephen King anthology series further explores the darkness that plagues the author’s most famous fictional town (this side of Derry, anyway), we’re taking a closer look at the end of the first season to make sense of Henry Deaver and The Kid’s final interactions.
From the inclusion of recurring Stephen King character Alan Pangborn to the mystical concept of alternate universes, we’ve collected every easter egg and reference in one handy video detailing how and where Castle Rock fits into the King-iverse
It’s not exactly surprising news, but that doesn’t make it any less awesome: Hulu has officially renewed Castle Rock for a second season. The series, from executive producer J.J. Abrams and Bad Robot, will continue to expand this particular little corner of Stephen King’s universe in Season 2, with new characters and a new story set in and around the fictional, eponymous Maine town.
In just a couple of weeks, Hulu is taking Stephen King fans back to Castle Rock — the fictional Maine town where many of the author’s horror classics are set — for a new series from producer J.J. Abrams. The latest trailer for Castle Rock is, as you might suspect, filled with Easter eggs for various stories in the King universe.
Your summer trip to Shawshank is officially booked. Hulu confirms that Stephen King mashup drama Castle Rock will premiere in July, while a spooky new teaser highlights some old haunts and creepy goings-on.
If you thought the first trailer for Hulu’s J.J. Abrams-produced Castle Rock anthology was an overload of Stephen King references, the latest will really lock you up. Return to Shawshank and meet the all-star cast in a new Super Bowl spot for Castle Rock’s summer premiere.
One Stephen King universe invariably leads to another, and Hulu is finally ready to show us how. Check out the creepy first look at J.J. Abrams anthology series Castle Rock, as the mysterious goings-on of a small town reveal some familiar King sights.
From Michael Rooker to Ed Harris and now Scott Glenn, there’s officially a new sheriff in town. Hulu Stephen King-J.J. Abrams anthology series Castle Rock has added Defenders star Glenn to its cast in the familiar role of Sheriff Alan Pangborn.
Pennywise is coming to Castle Rock … sort of. Rather than an official It crossover just yet, the new Stephen King-J.J. Abrams anthology series has added a familiar face to the cast, that of Bill Skarsgard (thankfully without the clown makeup).