Jennifer Tilly announced today that Season 2 of the USA and Syfy series has completed filming. The Tiffany Valentine actress commented “Gonna miss these guys” in a snapshot of Tilly with universe creator Don Mancini, actors Alex Vincent and Christine Elise, and marked the significant time for production.
Tilly kept us updated on her involvement from the moment filming for the second season of the show started in early June back in April. There are some things we just can’t wait to learn, even if Season 1 did a superb job of tying up just enough to keep us waiting till more questions can be answered. Specifically, what is about to happen to Andy (Vincent), who was found aboard a truck that was completely stocked with Good Guy toys in the last moments of the first season. Nica (Fiona Dourif), who was cruelly severed by Tiffany in an effort to ensure that she would never be left alone again, also has a fate to consider. Additionally, we’ll learn more about serial’s history.
The events of Don Mancini’s television series, Cult of Chucky, which is based on his renowned Child Play horror series, occur after those of the seventh instalment. Brad Dourif, who voices the titular Good Guy doll in the series, comes back in addition to Fiona Dourif, Alex Vincent, Christine Elise, and Jennifer Tilly, who all reprise their previous roles. However, a new set of teens who are dealing with sexuality, bullying, and domestic violence while being entangled in Chucky’s homicidal spree make up the majority of the tale.
After being officially announced in November of last year, Chucky season 2 has been filming in Toronto since April with new cast members Meg Tilly, Gina Gershon, Joe Pantoliano, Tony Nappo, and Sutton Stracke. Now that filming is complete, a trailer for Chucky season 2 doesn’t appear to be too far off. In a preview for the show released last month, Mancini introduced eager viewers to the long-awaited return of Glenda and Chucky’s new fight with the clergy at a Catholic school where the season 1 survivors are seeking safety.