Oct. 30 (UPI) -- Shudder has renewed its original horror anthology series Creepshow for a second season.
The AMC streaming service made the announcement on Twitter Wednesday alongside artwork of the Creepshow ghoul holding up a sign about Season 2.
Creepshow, executive produced by Walking Dead director Greg Nicotero, is based on the 1982 film of the same name written by Stephen King and directed by George A. Romero.
The first season contained 12 episodes each featuring a different, terrifying story. The Season 1 finale will arrive on Thursday, just in time for Halloween.
Creepshow has been a hit for Shudder, with the service announcing that over 50 percent of their members have viewed an episode of the series. The first episode was streamed more minutes in its opening weekend than any title in Shudder's history.