Creepshow Season 3 finale cast, synopsis, release date, and more

- Creepshow _ Season 3, Episode 6 - Photo Credit: Richard Ducree/Shudder
- Creepshow _ Season 3, Episode 6 - Photo Credit: Richard Ducree/Shudder /

This week the Creepshow Season 3 finale premieres exclusively on Shudder. Find out everything you need to know about the upcoming episode.

Based on the popular 1980s films from Stephen King and George A. Romero, Creepshow is Shudder’s popular horror anthology series that combines horror and comedy to make a fun, spooky watching experience. The first two seasons are now streaming in full on the premier horror streaming platform from AMC, and starting tomorrow, all of Season 3 will also be available.

What can you expect from the Creepshow Season 3 finale?

Creepshow Season 3 finale release date

The sixth episode of the season will be available to stream on Thursday, October 28, exclusively on Shudder. Usually, new content becomes available between 12 and 1:00 a.m. ET depending on the device you’re using. You can use the World Time Buddy website to determine when the episode will stream, depending on your country and timezone.

Creepshow Season 3
– Creepshow _ Season 3, Episode 3 – Photo Credit: Mark Hill/Shudder /

Creepshow Season 3 finale cast

The first segment in the finale episode, “Drug Traffic,” stars Michael Rooker, Reid Scott, Sarah Jon and Mai Delapa. Greg Nicotero directs the installment. The story is by Mattie Do and Christopher Larsen, with Larsen adapting it into the teleplay.

Part 2, “A Girl Named Sue,” stars Cristian Gonzalez, Josh Mikel, J.R. Rodriguez, Bryan Brendle, Rey Hernandez and Karlton Davis. This segment is directed by John Harrison and based on a short story by Craig Engler. The teleplay is by Heather Anne Campbell.

Creepshow Season 3 finale synopsis

Here is the official synopsis for “Drug Traffic,” the first segment:

"A young girl and her mother must cross the border to access life-saving medication. But when they get detained and can’t access her medicine, the symptoms are much more distressing than the guards originally thought they’d be."

Here is the official synopsis for “A Girl Named Sue,” the second segment:

"When the dead rise from their graves, it’s every man for himself… and the local townsfolk have some justice that they’d like to serve."

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