In season 3 of Toronto-filmed Chucky, the killer doll manages to wangle his way into America’s First Family and the White House.
The new season is split into two parts, with Part One premiering October 4th on Syfy and Part Two in 2024.
Production on season 3 paused in Toronto on July 14th, the day the Hollywood actors guild SAG-AFTRA went on strike against Hollywood studios/streamers.
In Chucky’s unending thirst for power, Season 3 now sees Chucky ensconced with the most powerful family in the world — America’s First Family, inside the infamous walls of the White House.
How did Chucky wind up here? What in God’s name does he want? And how can Jake (Zachary Arthur), Devon (Björgvin Arnarson) and Lexy (Alyvia Alyn Lind) possibly get to Chucky inside the world’s most secure building, all while balancing the pressures of romantic relationships and growing up?
Meanwhile, Tiffany faces a looming crisis of her own as the police close in on her for “Jennifer Tilly’s” murderous rampage last season.
Some takeaways from the trailer:
Chucky in the Oval Office.
Jennifer Tilly’s Tiffany spends some time in jail.
Saturday Night Live’s Kenan Thompson cameos as a cab driver giving Chucky a ride.
Sarah Sherman, who played a Chucky-style red-haired doll on Saturday Night Live, is in season three of Chucky as a new character named Annie.
Sarah Sherman’s Janet on SNL:
Chucky season 3:
Working title: Forever Young.
Filming dates: April 27 2023 – August 28 2023. (Production paused July 14th due to SAG-AFTRA Strike).
Creator: Don Mancini.
Cast: Brad Dourif (voice of Chucky), Zackary Arthur, Bjorgvin Arnarson, Alyvia Alyn Lind, Fiona Dourif, Alex Vincent, Christine Elise, Annie M. Briggs, Carina London Battrick, Sarah Sherman.