Vampires, shmampires! The Marsten House is more terrifying in Castle Rock than it ever was in 'Salem's Lot.
The bully we all love to hate can't catch a break, but not all things that die stay dead in the world of Stephen King.
The world of Stephen King gets a creepy remix in Castle Rock's bold and frightening second season.
The first teaser from Season 2 of Castle Rock is packed with references to Misery, Salem's Lot and more.
Hulu announces the premiere date for Season 2 of the Stephen King anthology series Castle Rock.
Deadwood's Robin Weigert has joined Castle Rock Season 2 as Crysilda Wilkes, mother of Misery villain Annie Wilkes.
The main cast for Season 2 of Hulu's Castle Rock has been announced, teasing characters from Stephen King's Misery and The Sun Dog.
Just like Castle Rock, King's stories are filled with the mundane turning malicious, and unassuming people giving in to their darker tendencies.
The Dark Tower is the linchpin of Stephen King's body of work, and Castle Rock has finally brought it into the show's main narrative.
With the exception of the character's name and lineage, Castle Rock has done a pretty good job of avoiding references to The Shining. Until now.
In the world of Stephen King, major character deaths are par for the course, but Castle Rock's latest demise is different.
The past is catching up to the residents of Castle Rock, and the darkness some of them hoped was behind them has returned.
Whatever is coming for the heart of Castle Rock is on the loose, but the intentions it has for Stephen King's town are still up in the air... mostly.
Stephen King reminds fans to stop obsessing over easter eggs within Castle Rock and actually enjoy the new Hulu series.