The Last Drive-In by Joe Bob Briggs will come back stronger than ever for Creeps to announce a Season 3 renewal for the popular flash series. Drive-Ins are becoming more popular than ever before, and many of them are, with some funny and horror movies, including the return of the native The Walking Dead and in Tobe Hooper’s horror masterpiece The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. So, of course, Joe Bob’s out of the series, the vessel Shudder with horror, and hungry families in America, the hands up sheets are out in the garden to watch together in their own makeshift drive-ins.
It is to shudder, boldly proclaimed, ” The Drive-In will never die.” If they announce the return of Joe and Bob’s up for more episodes The Last Drive-In. They are also teasing a ” Summer Sleepover special with director Adam Green, whose premiere will be in August. It sounds like a lot of scary fun is coming our way from the Creeps, and the premiere of the horror the streaming service. Fright, had this to say in the official PR released earlier today.
“Creeps, BECAUSE the Networks’ premium streaming service for horror, thriller and the supernatural world, today announced that it has renewed its hit original series The Last Drive-In by Joe Bob Briggs for a third season, to air in 2021. The service also announced a “summer sleepover” double feature, in advance, before the quarantine, which includes a visit to the trailer park of horror filmmaker Adam Green, who, along with other surprise guests. The special episode will premiere on Friday, August 14, at 9pm ET/6pm PT. Scaring is also a number of the Last Drive-In specials for later in the year, and next year, with more details to be announced later.”
Of course By Joe Bob Briggs having a number of words in the collection of his fan-favorite horror series, and came back for more episodes in Season 3. He says this about the new.
“I can’t believe it’s only been two years since the first marathon to be called The Last Drive-In. A third of the season, and will continue to experience the love and encouragement that every day pour out of the Trepidation of the community, which is more than I could ever have hoped for. It’s been a very difficult year for all of us, but I hope that we will be able to continue to be an oasis where people can come to celebrate the holidays, and on weekends, and that’s a special feeling that only horror fans will know about it.”
Said it was to Shudder as General Manager, Craig Engler about this exciting Season 3 update.
“The Last Drive-In, it is still a great success story for the Shiver, trending in the Top 10 on Twitter every Friday night episode, and will also make for a great on-demand viewing. We are very happy to bring Joe Bob back for a third season, and we are also planning a number of amazing specials that we will announce down the road.”
In each episode, Briggs, the world’s largest drive-in movie critic, and here he presents an eclectic range of horror movie double-feature, the absence of the films, in light of their achievements, their history and their meaning to the genre of cinema. The Last Drive-In to the premiere on the Fright’s a live feed, before they are made available on demand. Which shows that it is a SVOD service that allows to create event television, and the show’s hashtag, #TheLastDriveIn, it is up in the top 10 on Twitter in the U.S. during the premiere of each episode, and a specific, often reaching Number 1.
Shudder, and Briggs first time, in July 2018, and for the 24 hours of The Last Drive-In marathon, it is intended to be a Briggs,’ the final goodbye of the tv-film host. Due to the overwhelming demand, Fright, brought The Last of the Drive-In to return as a weekly series to be released in the next year.
During the last years of The Last Drive-In featured a guest of the AEW wrestling superstar Chris Jericho, actor/director/FX legend, Tom Savini, horror, icons, Barbara Crampton, Kelli Maroney, Ashley Laurence, and Doug Bradley and the filmmakers Lloyd Kaufman, and John McNaughton, among others. The Last Drive-In by Joe Bob Briggs it was produced by Matt Manjourides, and Justin Martell and directed by Austin Jennings.
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