“Audiences can expect to have a spooky, but not extremely scary, experience watching some really mysterious, fantastical, twisty episodes,” creator Seth Grahame-Smith said, adding that the show is comparable to “The Twilight Zone” and “Amazing Stories.”
“It’s the perfect Halloween series to watch because first of all, it’s not too spooky,” actress Jy Prishkulnik, who’s in “Which Witch,” said. “It’s very magical and fun.”
“There’s a good mixture for everybody that wants to watch. It’s good for people who like that horror, Halloween element of film and TV, but it’s also good for younger audiences that want to watch it and not be too scared,” said Marcelle LeBlanc, who appears in “My Monster.”
The cast got to celebrate their new series at the Disney+ Hallowstream drive-in premiere in Culver City, California. 13-year-old actor Logan Gray, who’s in “Standing Up For Yourself,” called it the “greatest experience [of his] entire life.”
The eight-episode anthology series follows young teens on a journey of self-discovery. While spooky and supernatural, the show tackles a wide range of relevant topics including anxiety, bullying and coping with grief.
“What I love so much about all of these is that it’s spooky and scary, but with a moral and a bigger story to tell about kids and the world now,” said Sally Pressman, who’s in “My Monster.”
“There’s something to be said for love and sacrifice and thinking of others, and I think there’s always a good time to do that, and always conquering your fears, which makes sense during Halloween,” added Malcolm Barrett, who appears in “The Treehouse.”
The Walt Disney Co. is the parent company of this ABC station.
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