Jennifer Tilly, who portrays Tiffany Valentine in the franchise, confirms the series finale of Child’s Play spinoff show, Chucky, will be 90 minutes.
Academy Award nominee, Jennifer Tilly, has confirmed that the season finale of the Chucky TV will be feature length, coming in at 90 minutes long. Chucky was the principal antagonist of the Child’s Play movie franchise, which spanned seven movies in its original run, as well as a remake/reboot of the original, released in 2019. Both popular and controversial, the Child’s Play movies have developed a cult following over time, with the character of Chucky becoming a pop culture phenomenon. Chucky, the show, picks up after the events of the seventh movie in the series, Cult of Chucky, and follows the murderous doll as he starts to kill once again. Jennifer Tilly, who appeared as Chucky’s lover Tiffany Valentine in Bride of Chucky, Seed of Chucky, Curse of Chucky, and Cult of Chucky, has reprised her role for the show.
Now, 63-year-old Tilly has revealed on Twitter that the finale will run 90 minutes, alongside an image of herself with multiple Chucky dolls. The tweet appears to confirm that the Californian, who has a recurring role in the show, will also appear in the finale. Check out Tilly’s original tweet below:
In addition to Tilly returning to the role of Tiffany, the show also sees Brad Dourif, who voiced Chucky in all seven of the original movies, return to the franchise. The cast also features Zackary Arthur, Alyvia Alyn Lind, Teo Briones, Devon Sawa, and Alex Vincent, who played protagonist Andy Barclay in the original Child’s Play film. Airing on Syfy and the USA Network, the show has received positive reviews from critics and audiences, and it was recently announced that Chucky was renewed for a second season that is set to premiere in 2022.
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