As if Chucky weren't already blessing horror fans enough this Halloween season with brand-new episodes of "Chucky" on USA Network and SYFY, he's already looking to 2023. Today, Universal Studios announced that next year, everyone's friend 'til the end will be getting his own haunted house at Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood.
Inspired by his smash-hit, self-titled television series — which is currently airing new episodes every Wednesday night at 9/8c on USA Network and SYFY — the haunted house is certain to be ultra terrifying. We're scaring ourselves just thinking about it. And if haunted houses of Halloween Horror Nights past are to go off of, the "Chucky" house is sure to leave you with nightmares.
"That's right, I'm back," Chucky says in the announcement video. "And I'll see you suckers at Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights next year."
"I can't wait to play," he adds right before busting into one of his signature, haunting cackles.
— Halloween Horror Nights (@HorrorNightsORL) October 31, 2022
While details on the haunted house are currently slim, we can still dream about what might be. Will an army of knife-wielding Chuckys chase you through a maze, laughing all the while? Will attendees be in constant threat of being pushed out a window? Will Tiffany be in attendance? How about their twins, Glen and Glenda, who just made their debut in "Chucky" Season 2?
With 7 movies, 25 years, and a season (and a half) of television under his belt (or, rather, his overalls), the possibilities for Chucky and his friends and family to scare the living daylights out of unsuspecting park patrons feel endless.
Keep an eye out for more updates from Universal Studios as more details are released. And check out new episodes of "Chucky" Season 2 when they air on Wednesday nights on USA Network and SYFY at 9/8c.