SYFY’s Channel Zero returns season 4, The Dream Door, which takes the series into a highly effective and viscerally frightening style of horror.
Syfy's creepy horror anthology series Channel Zero is gearing up for season 4 with a new poster and the reveal of an October premiere date.
AMC’s horror streaming service Shudder announces new additions in September including Channel Zero and the acclaimed film Revenge.
Season 4 of Syfy's horror anthology series Channel Zero will be titled 'The Dream Door and will star Brandon Scott and Maria Sten.
SYFY’s Channel Zero: Butcher’s Block is a tonal and stylistic departure for the anthology series, one with real scares and surprisingly dark humor.
Butcher’s Block, season 3 of SYFY’s Channel Zero horror anthology promises a change of pace of sorts, by infusing more dark humor into the story.
The creator of SYFY’s horror anthology Channel Zero says season 3, Butcher’s Block, is the furthest the series has ventured from its original story.
Rutger Hauer brings a larger than life presence to SYFY’s Channel Zero: Butcher’s block, but he also acted as a mentor for many in the cast and crew.
Butcher’s Block, season 3 of SYFY’s anthology horror series Channel Zero, sets an early 2018 premiere date with a new teaser trailer.
Season 3 of critically-acclaimed anthology horror series Channel Zero will be subtitled 'Butcher's Block,' and Syfy has now released a teaser trailer.
Creator Nick Antosca talks about his plans for Channel Zero season 3, which won't be directly based on a specific creepypasta story.
SYFY's horror anthology Channel Zero returns with No-End House, a stronger, scarier series that cements anthology's place in horror television.
SYFY's Channel Zero returns with No-End House, which series creator Nick Antosca describes as a John Carpenter suburban nightmare.
Season 2 of Syfy's creepy pasta-based anthology series Channel Zero gets a full trailer and premiere date, welcoming viewers to the No-End House.
The second teaser for Syfy's Channel Zero: No-End House, based on Brian Russell's No-End House, does its best to unsettle viewers.