12 Deadly Days

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12 Deadly Days
Genre
Created by
  • Chris Cullari
  • Jennifer Raite
Starring
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 12
Production
Producer(s)
Cinematography Scott Winig
Editor(s)
  • John Quinn
  • Andrew Vona
  • Zachary Weintraub
  • Marshall Harvey
Running time 27 minutes
Production company(s)
Distributor YouTube Red
Release
Original release December 12 – December 22, 2016

12 Deadly Days is a 2016 American comedy horror anthology web television series produced exclusively for YouTube Red,[1][2] it was created by Chris Cullari and Jennifer Raite and starred Anna Akana, Jon Fletcher, J. Claude Deering and Kaitlin Doubleday and other Internet personalities.[3] The series premiered on December 12, 2016.[4] The season finale was released on December 22, 2016.[5] The 12 episodes series is produced by Blumhouse Television and Dakota Pictures.[6]

The series is set in the cursed town of Saturn, California, during the 12 days leading up to Christmas.[7][8]

Episodes

Season 1

No. Title Release date
1 “A Haunting at the End of the Street“ December 12, 2016
2 “Killer Firs“ December 12, 2016
3 “Love Bites“ December 13, 2016
4 “Reindeer Games“ December 14, 2016
5 “Coffee Cups“ December 15, 2016
6 “Singers Slaying“ December 16, 2016
7 “Nuts A' Cracking“ December 17, 2016
8 “Elves Ascending“ December 18, 2016
9 “Cakes A' Cursing“ December 19, 2016
10 “Cameras Rolling“ December 20, 2016
11 “Phantoms Frightening“ December 21, 2016
12 “Worlds Ending“ December 22, 2016

References

  1. ^ "YouTube". Retrieved 2017-06-15.
  2. ^ "YouTube Red to Stream Horror Comedy '12 Deadly Days' From Blumhouse TV". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2017-06-16.
  3. ^ Eddy, Cheryl. "A Monster Prowls A Christmas Tree Lot In The First Clip From YouTube Red Horror Series 12 Deadly Days". Retrieved 2017-06-15.
  4. ^ 12 Deadly Days (TV Mini-Series 2016– ), retrieved 2017-06-15
  5. ^ Hamedy, Saba. "Watch Sean Gunn (aka Kirk from 'Gilmore Girls') scare YouTuber Anna Akana in new horror series". Mashable. Retrieved 2017-06-15.
  6. ^ "'12 Deadly Days': A Tree Witch Is loose in Exclusive First Look at Horror Show". EW.com. 2016-12-09. Retrieved 2017-06-16.
  7. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (2016-12-06). "YouTube & Blumhouse TV Team For '12 Deadly Days' Horror-Comedy Series". Deadline. Retrieved 2017-06-15.
  8. ^ 12 Deadly Days (TV Mini-Series 2016– ), retrieved 2017-06-16
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