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Where To Watch All Of 'Chucky' Before Season 2 Premieres

"Chucky" is coming back for Season 2, so it's a great time to catch up on both Season 1 and "Child's Play" before he takes over Halloween season. 

Everyone’s favorite killer doll is coming back on Oct. 5, just in time for Halloween, with the release of “Chucky” Season 2 on USA Network and SYFY. 

Fortunately for horror fans and newcomers alike, that gives them just enough time to catch up on all the murder, mayhem, and laughs that the franchise has created over the past 34 years, including the first season of Chucky’s very own TV show. 

For those wondering, everything started when the world was introduced to serial killer and voodoo practitioner, Charles Lee Ray, in 1988 with the release of “Child’s Play.” The official order of the “Chucky” franchise goes as follows: “Child’s Play,” “Child’s Play 2,” “Child’s Play 3,” “Bride of Chucky,” “Seed of Chucky,” “Curse of Chucky” and “Cult of Chucky.” 

After that, it’s time to put your feet up and tune into all 10 episodes of “Chucky” Season 1.

All of the movies are currently available to rent on most major platforms. However, if you’re ready to tackle Chucky’s greatest murder spree yet, there are only a few places to do it. All episodes of “Chucky” are currently streaming on Peacock for subscribers to binge-watch in all their gory glory. Meanwhile, cable subscribers can watch Season 1 episodes on the USA Network website by just signing in with their provider information. 

Will anyone survive Chucky’s latest reign of terror? Will our heroes be able to stop him for good this time? (Doubtful.)

Fans will just have to tune into “Chucky” Season 2 to find out. 

Stream “Chucky” Season 1 on Peacock and USA Network right now. 

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