Brace Yourself for This ‘True Terror with Robert Englund’ Sneak Peek
Join master of macabre Robert Englund on a nightmarish journey through history's horrors in the brand new six-part series, True Terror with Robert Englund, premiering March 18 at 10|9c.
[UPDATE 2/12/20] Since the premiere of True Terror with Robert Englund is almost a month away, it’s about time we share a sneak peek! Check out the video below for a first look at Travel Channel’s newest series, coming March 18 at 10|9c.
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Hidden away in the dark shadows of our nation’s history are tales so terrifying, they must be true. Now, veteran actor and legendary horror movie icon Robert Englund (you may know him as Freddy Krueger of the A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise!) scours news reports of the past to bring viewers twisted tales ripped straight from the headlines in True Terror with Robert Englund. In each episode, Englund uses his ominous tones and creepy charisma to masterfully weave together a trilogy of spine-tingling tales, guided by newspaper accounts and layered with commentary from historians and experts that prove that truth is always stranger than fiction.
From flying monsters to creatures in the night, to evil possessions and hauntings, these twisted tales will leave viewers wishing the stories really were only in their nightmares. The premiere episode, airing on Wednesday, March 18 at 10|9c, begins with a North Carolina storekeeper who is tormented by a prophetic countdown to his doom. Did he will his own fate, or was there a higher power at play? Then, a New Orleans teenager finds himself literally trapped inside a waking nightmare, unable to save himself from his horrific fate. Finally, an Atlanta police station becomes a battleground for a killer… and a vengeful spirit.
“Revealing the sinister side of our history, I’m thrilled to bring nightmares to life on True Terror,” said Robert. “These are tales so terrifyingly twisted, we can only hope they stay on the blood-soaked pages of the newspaper headlines from our past.”
The six-part series True Terror with Robert Englund begins on Wednesday, March 18 at 10|9c.