As this will be the final premiere of a show under the name “Hub Network”, I think. This Saturday marks the return of one of their most popular shows, R.L. Stine The Haunting Hour. The show, now in its fourth season, is inspired by the master of kids horror R.L. Stine and the author of the “Goosebumps” book series. R.L. Stine The Haunting Hour is a great spooky anthology series and is a great watch for any age! Enjoy a sneak peek of the new season four episodes below!
This Saturday at 3 pm Central, you get to enjoy two brand new episodes to kick off season four. The fright-fest kicks off with two episodes airing back-to-back featuring Sean Giambrone and Mason Cook. In the episode “I’m Not Martin” airing at 3 pm Central, Giambrone stars as “Sean,” a hospital patient set to get his tonsils removed, but fears the cursed hospital may have other plans that include amputating his foot. This episode is based on the short story of the same name written by R.L. Stine.
Followed by that is “Grandpa’s Glasses” at 3:30 pm Central featuring Mason Cook as “Bo,” a curious boy who accompanies his mother to his deceased grandfather’s home. After trying on his grandfather’s glasses, he realizes they may not be alone in the house as a sinister spirit seems to be lurking about. I got a chance to screen both of these episodes before they air on the Hub Network. The first one is really kind of freaky, and the second episode has some great touching moments, these were two good episodes!
This series is this good! R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series, is the winner of the 2013 and 2014 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Children’s Series. And on season four, some of the guest stars you will see includes China Anne McClain (“A.N.T. Farm,” “Sing Your Face Off”), Sean Giambrone (“The Goldbergs”), Mason Cook (“The Lone Ranger,” “Legends”), Luke Benward (“Cloud 9,” “Ravenswood”), Nolan Gould (“Modern Family”), Joey King (“OZ the Great and Powerful,” “Fargo”), Freya Tingley (“Hemlock Grove,” “Once Upon a Time”) and acclaimed actress Margot Kidder (“Superman”).
As for the future of R.L. Stine The Haunting Hour, you are guaranteed to see new episodes at 3 pm Central on this Saturday and next Saturday. After October 13th, and the re-brand to Discovery Family, I think you will still see new episodes of The Haunting Hour, but the times might shift, so after October 13th, I would check your local listings for the times of the new episodes!
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