The Freaky New Hulu Series 'Castle Rock' Is Made for Stephen King Superfans

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A new teaser for the Stephen King-inspired Hulu series Castle Rock, which will air during the Super Bowl, just hit the Internet.

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The 10-episode show will interweave stories from the horror maestro's oeuvre, all set in Castle Rock, the fictitious Maine town where King set many of his freakiest novels.

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"Something terrible is going to happen," warns a character played by Sissy Spacek, who memorably played Carrie White in Brian De Palma's 1976 adaption of Carrie.  

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Bill Skarsgard, who was Pennywise in the recent It reboot, also appears as a prisoner, at the Shawshank State Penitentiary no doubt.

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Many of the ominous going-ons of Castle Rock appear to involve the masked members of a cult.

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Another spooky highlight includes Spacek's character waking up to a dog gnawing on her hand. (Cujo, is that you?)

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Castle Rock will premiere on Hulu sometime this summer.