Blumhouse’s Into The Dark: Cast for next three installments revealed

Into The Dark -- "Down" - A pair of office of workers get trapped in an elevator over a long ValentineÕs Day weekend, but what at first promises to be a romantic connection turns dangerous and horrifying in this Blumhouse mash - up of rom - com and horror film genres. Jennifer (Natalie Martinez), shown. (Photo by: Richard Foreman, Jr. SMPSP/Hulu)
Into The Dark -- "Down" - A pair of office of workers get trapped in an elevator over a long ValentineÕs Day weekend, but what at first promises to be a romantic connection turns dangerous and horrifying in this Blumhouse mash - up of rom - com and horror film genres. Jennifer (Natalie Martinez), shown. (Photo by: Richard Foreman, Jr. SMPSP/Hulu) /
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Details on Blumhouse’s Into The Dark series seem to be scattered around the internet but we’ve compiled all the latest cast announcements together for you. Read on for a breakdown of the next three installments of Hulu’s horror anthology series.

If you haven’t already caught on to Blumhouse’s Into The Dark series, now is the right time to get invested. The horror series is built on an anthology format so the plot varies from episode to episode, of course, that doesn’t diminish how amazing each previous installment has been thus far.

The next three installments of Hulu’s Into The Dark appear to be just as spectacular, based on the casting announcements made so far. Next month’s entry will actually feature a cast member from a previous installment. Keep in mind that she’s not playing the same character—as far as we know.

For May’s entry, fans will be introduced to Samantha Mathis, Israel Broussard, Frank Whaley, Aurora Perrineau, and Dora Madison in All That We Destroy. Longtime fans of the series will recognize Perrineau’s name from The Body wherein she played Dorothy. Her part in that episode was brief but she’ll have a more prominent role in next month’s installment.

Following the Mother’s Day episode, we have They Come Knocking in June. It’ll feature Clayne Crawford, Robyn Lively, Josephine Langford, Lia McHugh, and Dwight Hicks. This cast holds yet another noteworthy name: Clayne Crawford. He hasn’t appeared in an installment of Into The Dark before as Perrineau did but his name holds much of the same notoriety.

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After a dispute with a director on the set of Fox’s Lethal Weapon became public, Crawford exited the show. He eventually came forward and admitted to losing his temper but that explosive type of personality could persist in Crawford’s future projects. There’s no telling if he can keep his cool this time around but let’s hold out hope for the actor.

Lastly, there’s Culture Shock coming out in July. The cast includes Shawn Ashmore, Martha Higareda, Barbara Crampton, Felipe De Lara, Creed Bratton, and Richard Cabral. It’ll be directed by Gigi Saul Guerrero, otherwise known as La Muñeca Del Terror in the entertainment industry. A specific holiday hasn’t been attached to July’s installment but the episode will presumably be July 4th related.

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There’s more to come after Culture Shock but those are all the casting announcements made so far. Stay tuned for more updates on the last two installments of Blumhouse’s Into The Dark series.

Into The Dark: All That We Destroy premieres on May 3, 2019, They Come Knocking is set to debut on June 7, 2019, and Culture Shock will premiere on July 4, 2019. All past episodes are currently streaming on Hulu.