Are your kids ready for a good scare? Well my daughter sure loves scary shows and I would love to introduce you all to some shows you are going to love! R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour: The Series 4th season Premieres Saturday 10/4! Only on the HUB Network!
R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour - You can expect the unexpected in this eerie new series from R.L. Stine, the master of kid horror. Tune in for a new live-action story every week. And prepare yourself ... for the thrill of the chill, nervous giggles, and the SCREAM you let out when someone -- or something! -- touches your shoulder on a dark and stormy night. Can you handle it? Can your parents?
“R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series,” the Hub Network’s hit, spooky anthology series, inspired by the master of kids’ horror R.L. Stine (“Goosebumps”), returns Saturday, October 4 at 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT with several stand-out guest stars. The all-star list includes China Anne McClain (“A.N.T. Farm,” “Sing Your Face Off”), Sean Giambrone (“The Goldbergs”), Mason Cook (“The Lone Ranger,” “Legends”), Luke Benward (“Cloud 9,” “Ravenswood”), Nolan Gould (“Modern Family”), Joey King (“OZ the Great and Powerful,” “Fargo”), Freya Tingley (“Hemlock Grove,” “Once Upon a Time”) and acclaimed actress Margot Kidder (“Superman”).
The fourth season of the half-hour series will introduce a new set of spine-chilling thrills taking viewers young and old on a creepy new adventure every week on the Hub Network, champions of family fun and the only network dedicated to providing kids and their families entertainment they can watch together.
Check out this cool Haunting Hour Season 4 Featurette
The fright-fest kicks off with two episodes airing back-to-back featuring Sean Giambrone and Mason Cook. In the episode “I’m Not Martin” airing at 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT, Giambrone stars as “Sean,” a hospital patient set to get his tonsils removed, but fears the cursed hospital may have other plans that include amputating his foot. This episode is based on the short story of the same name written by R.L. Stine. Followed by that is “Grandpa’s Glasses” at 4:30 p.m. ET/1:30 p.m. PT featuring Mason Cook as “Bo,” a curious boy who accompanies his mother to his deceased grandfather’s home. After trying on his grandfather’s glasses, he realizes they may not be alone in the house, as a sinister spirit seems to be lurking about.
“R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series,” winner of the 2013 and 2014 Daytime Emmy® Award for Outstanding Children’s Series, is produced by Front Street Pictures in association with The Hatchery, LLC. with Dan Angel (“Goosebumps”), Billy Brown (“X-Files”), Harvey Kahn (“We Don’t Live Here Anymore”) and Kim Arnott (“The Debaters”) serving as executive producers.
My daughter takes after her mom, she just loves a good scare. I was very fortunate to be able to check out some of the newest episodes of R.L. STINE’S THE HAUNTING HOUR: THE SERIES a preview of season 4. My daughter and I had a nice mommy and daughter TV night. We bought some candy and popped some popcorn shut off the lights and began the scare fest! Now if some of you are not aware of R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour:
The Series, it is kid friendly scary.. it can get a little scary but it is in no way terrifying like adult horror films can be. My daughter and I enjoyed the shows. The first episode, “I'm not Martin” . What would happen if you had your tonsils removed at a cursed hospital? Well creepy things of course! These shows are creepy but not horrifying. I would still recommend these shows for ages 8 and up, any younger I think it would be a little to creepy for them, and I would not want the little ones to have nightmares.
The shows arrive on The HUB Network on 10/4/14 at 4Pm ET, 1PM PT
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