History of Horror Season 2 Is Right Around The Corner! What To Expect?

History of Horror Season 2: It is an American Television web series created by Eli Roth. It is produced by the Content group and Marwar Junction Productions. It is written by Kurt Sayenga and Eli Roth. Joseph Freed, Allison Berkley, Steven Michaels, Jonathan Koch, and Eli Roth as executive producers.


Eli Roth’s History of Horror is one of the most popular and hit horror shows in recent times. It gives us a tour of several sub-genres of horror and features interviews of all top masters. History of horror season 1 was premiered on November 18th, 2018 on AMC streaming service.


As AMC renewed the series for second season fans were gone gaga over it. The first season presented interviews from A list storytellers and Horror film icons like Stephen King, Quentin Tarantino, Jordan Peele, Robert England, Linda Blair, Lee Curtis, Rob Zombie, and many others. The second season of History of Horror consists of six episodes of one hour each.

Fans of the horror series are more excited for the second season to release as in this season Eli Roth will present episodes featuring Monsters, Witches, Houses of Hell, Body Horror, Evil Children, and Eli’s Terrifying Twelve.

Eli Roth’s History Of Horror Season 2 will feature entrails of recent horror cinema, ancient undergrounds of mystery and creepiness. The series also probes the craft of making dark power and scary horror movies. The story is depicted by Eli Roth and some exceptionally talented cast of directors, composers, actors, cinematographers and special effect artists. The series brings our nightmares into reality.

Season 2 Highlights 

• Body Horror

• Hell houses

• Infamously evil youngsters

• Misshapen Monsters

• Dark Magic

• Magic wielding wicked witches

Release date of History Of Horror Season 2

Season 2 of Eli Roth’s History of Horror Season 2 will premiere on AMC Networks streaming service on October 10th, 2020 (Just during the Halloween season).


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