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Bruce Campbell joins Julie Bowen and Anna Camp in Hysteria!, an upcoming satanic panic series coming to the Peacock streaming service.

Bruce Campbell is no stranger to dealing with the supernatural, so it’s no surprise that Variety has reported that he’s joined the cast of Hysteria!, Peacock’s satanic panic series.

Per the official description, “When a beloved varsity quarterback disappears during the ‘Satanic Panic’ of the late 1980s, a struggling high school heavy metal band of outcasts realize they can capitalize on the town’s sudden interest in the occult by building a reputation as a Satanic metal band, until a bizarre series of murders, kidnappings, and reported ‘supernatural activity’ triggers a leather-studded witch hunt that leads directly back to them.” Sounds… interesting. Bruce Campbell will play Chief Dandridge in Hysteria!, who is described as “a small-town police chief whose understanding of his community is put to the test after a disturbing series of murders, disappearances, and unexplained phenomena.

” Camp plays Tracy Whitehead, “a crusading Midwestern mother who has been the laughingstock of her community for years due to her extreme religious beliefs, but after a string of occult crimes and disturbances, she becomes a dangerous and unlikely leader of her small town.Bruce Campbell serves as an executive producer on Evil Dead Rise

, the latest installment of the horror franchise which is now playing in theaters. Bruce Campbell, the actor who plays Tracy Whitehead in Evil Dead Rise, is an executive producer on this latest installment of the horror franchise. It’s now playing in theaters. Campbell said, “I believe the stories will advance a little bit more now“. “We will try to do them every two or three instead of every 10 years. Sam and his brother Ivan are creating an overall Bible for the first time. This will give future directors and writers an idea of what this thing should be going next. So I think that it will become more connected as the years pass. But because it’s about the books. It’s yet to be determined. It’s yet to be determined.” You can check out a review of Evil Dead Rise from our own Jessica Dwyer right here, and be sure to let us know what you thought of the movie as well.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ec64dUhqKHM

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