Goosebumps (2023 TV series)

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Based onGoosebumps
by R. L. Stine
Developed byRob Letterman
Nicholas Stoller
Music byThe Newton Brothers
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes10
Executive producers
  • Nicholas Stoller
  • Rob Letterman
  • Hilary Winston
  • Neal H. Moritz
  • Iole Lucchese
  • Pavun Shetty
  • Conor Wrench
  • Caitlin Friedman
  • Erin O'Malley
  • Kevin Murphy
  • Justis Greene
  • Franklin Jin Rho
  • Paul M. Leonard
  • Christopher S. Capp
  • Tuan Quoc Le
  • Debby Germino
  • Darren C. Bui
Running time36–48 minutes
Production companies
Original release
ReleaseOctober 13, 2023 (2023-10-13) –
present (present)
Goosebumps (1995 TV series)

Goosebumps is an American supernatural horror television series developed by Rob Letterman and Nicholas Stoller for Disney+ and Hulu. It is based on the book series by R. L. Stine.[1] The series abandons the episodic anthology format of the 1995 original TV series to focus on a serialized-anthology style of storytelling instead, changing storylines from season to season instead of episode to episode while still featuring some of the existing Goosebumps monsters and items episodically.

In 2020, a series based on the Goosebumps books was announced to be out development by Sony Pictures Television alongside Original Film and Scholastic Entertainment, all of whom previously developed the films Goosebumps (2015) and Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween (2018), that were both from Sony Pictures Animation, based on the books. Letterman, the first film's director, was hired by 2022 to write and produce the series alongside Stoller. Letterman also directed the pilot episode.

Goosebumps was released on October 13, 2023, on Disney+ and Hulu simultaneously as a part of the "Hallowstream" and "Huluween" streaming blocks, respectively.[2][3] It received mostly positive reviews from critics, who praised the story, visuals, cinematography, writing, acting and casting with a particular amount of praise going towards some of the monster designs and the darker, more serious tone, though there was some criticism for the pacing and the remaining monster designs. In February 2024, the series was renewed for a second season with a different cast and storyline.


A group of five high schoolers embark on a shadowy and twisted journey to investigate the tragic passing three decades earlier of a teen named Harold Biddle — while also unearthing dark secrets from their parents' past.[4]


Season 1[edit]


  • Zack Morris as Isaiah,[5] the star quarterback of the Port Lawrence High School football team
  • Isa Briones as Margot,[5] Isaiah's neighbor and friend
  • Miles McKenna as James,[5] Isaiah's best friend who is from one of the wealthiest families in Port Lawrence
  • Ana Yi Puig as Isabella,[5] a girl ignored at school and neglected by her mother who lets out her frustrations by trolling people online
  • Will Price as Lucas,[5] a teenager who likes extreme sports and has become very reckless since the passing of his father
  • Rachael Harris as Nora,[5] Lucas's mother who was involved in Harold Biddle's death
  • Justin Long as Mr. Nathan Bratt,[5] the new English teacher at Port Lawrence High School who inherits the Biddle House and becomes possessed by Harold Biddle's spirit


  • Rob Huebel as Colin, Margot's father and a guidance counselor at Port Lawrence High School
  • Leonard Roberts as Ben, Isaiah's father, who was involved in Harold Biddle's death
  • Ben Cockell as Harold Biddle, a teenager who died in a mysterious house fire in 1993, where his angered spirit haunts the town
  • Rhinnan Payne as Allison, Isaiah's girlfriend who breaks up with him
  • Françoise Yip as Victoria, Isabella's overly strict mother and a doctor who was involved in Harold Biddle's death
  • Laura Mennell as Eliza, James's multi-millionaire mother, who was involved in Harold Biddle's death
  • Lexa Doig as Sarah, Margot's estranged mother, who was involved in Harold Biddle's death
  • Chris Geere as Kanduu / Slappy the Dummy,[6] Harold's evil ventriloquist dummy, who belonged to his great-grandfather Ephraim and manipulated him. Geere also portrays Kanduu, an evil sorcerer whose spirit was trapped inside Slappy's body.


Season 2[edit]


No.TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date [3]
1"Say Cheese and Die!"Rob LettermanRob Letterman & Nicholas StollerOctober 13, 2023 (2023-10-13)
In 1993, high school loner Harold Biddle dies in a house fire. In 2023, Mr. Bratt inherits the Biddle House and becomes the new high school English teacher. Star high school quarterback Isaiah and his girlfriend Allison use the Biddle House for their Halloween party. Isaiah finds a Polaroid camera in the basement where Harold died and takes a photo of Allison and Margot, his neighbor and childhood friend. When he saves Margot from an allergic reaction he saw her having on her photo, he realizes the camera depicts future bad things that will happen to the people in its photos. His photo shows him with a badly broken arm; sure enough, Isaiah breaks his arm at the game after hallucinating that the football field is full of burning monsters. Nora, the mother of Lucas, a reckless student, sees the monsters and warns Isaiah's father that Biddle has returned to punish their kids for what they, the parents, did to him. At home, Bratt is possessed by Harold's spirit.
2"The Haunted Mask"Erin O'MalleyFranklin Jin RhoOctober 13, 2023 (2023-10-13)
Ignored at school, student Isabella vents her frustrations by online trolling. At Allison's Halloween party at the Biddle House, she finds an unusual mask in the basement. Upon wearing it, she becomes more extroverted and confident. As time passes, the mask influences her to lash out at people, especially after Lucas destroys her $3,000 drone. Nora passes on a photo of Harold Biddle to Isaiah, who recognizes him from the hallucination at the football game. When Isabella is punished by her mother for the drone, she wears the mask and attacks Lucas, transforming into an actual troll. When she almost attacks her little brother, she stops herself, and they discard the mask while the possessed Bratt watches. Isabella accompanies her mother to the house of James, Isaiah's best friend, where Nora has gathered the other parents to discuss her belief that Harold is haunting them. As they angrily rebuff her, Isabella knocks a ball at James while playing pool, and he explodes into yellow goo, horrifying her.
3"The Cuckoo Clock of Doom"Erin O'MalleyJames EaganOctober 13, 2023 (2023-10-13)
The truth about James is revealed: at the Halloween party, he accidentally hit his head on a cuckoo clock and became stuck in a time loop, unable to leave the house. When he is finally able to turn off the clock and stop the time loop, he learns that every one of his previous attempts to leave the house created a duplicate. The "Dupes" trap him in his family's mines, impersonate him, and begin ruining his life until Isabella realizes what's happened after a Dupe explodes in front of her. She, Isaiah, and Margot work together to find the real James and destroy the Dupes. The group realizes that everything that's happened to them began at the Biddle house. Nora implies that Margot's mother, Sarah, has the answers. On a call, Sarah, who is in Seattle, tells Margot not to trust the other parents. A surviving Dupe retrieves a suitcase for Bratt, but upon finding it empty, Bratt destroys the Dupe, angrily asking where his "friend" is.
4"Go Eat Worms"Steve BoyumCourtney Perdue & Baindu SaiduOctober 13, 2023 (2023-10-13)
Lucas' father died attempting a dangerous mountain stunt. Lucas tries to honor his father's legacy by doing the stunt but is afraid. He witnesses his mother, Nora, and Margot's father, Colin, kissing and gently informs Margot of their parents' affair. To cheer her up, he shows her the tank of worms he took from the Biddle House during the Halloween party. That night, the worms slither their way into Lucas' body. He realizes he can no longer feel pain and decides to attempt his father's stunt again. Margot realizes Biddle is involved, and she and Nora stop Lucas. Nora reveals that his father was suicidal and did the stunt on purpose to die. Lucas throws up the worms, which conjoin into a monster. The trio lures it into a wood chipper and kills it. Nora lands in a psychiatric ward after telling the police about the monster. Bratt takes the eyeball trinket Lucas had dropped at the sawmill and promises that Slappy will be put back together.
5"Reader Beware"Steve BoyumMariko TamakiOctober 13, 2023 (2023-10-13)
Margot's mother, Sarah, comes home after months of a trial separation with Colin. She learns that Nora is sedated under the supervision of Victoria, Isabella's mother, as Victoria is afraid Nora might reveal their involvement in the Biddle incident. However, Sarah believes Nora. Isaiah and Allison break up. Isaiah might have feelings for Margot. However, Margot and Lucas have bonded and kiss. Mr. Bratt/Harold gives his old scrapbook to Margot. Upon reading it, she sees visions of Harold's high school life and learns that he and her mother were friends. Harold's ghost takes Margot to the night of the fire, where the friends learn that all of their parents inadvertently caused Harold's death after trying to steal a suitcase from his house. Bratt/Harold invites them into his home, saying he will reveal what is inside the suitcase.
6"Night of the Living Dummy"Félix Enríquez AlcaláNick MuellerOctober 20, 2023 (2023-10-20)
In 1925, Harold's great-grandfather Ephraim bought Slappy the Dummy, an evil puppet, to revitalize his career as a magician. Slappy had Ephraim retrieve the coffin of a man named Kanduu to read a spell. After a violent vision of people dying, Ephraim rejected Slappy and hid him in his basement. In 1993, Ephraim's descendants, the Biddle couple and their son Harold, inherit his house. Harold has a hard time fitting in and discovers Slappy, who isolates him from his crush, Sarah, and has him turn his parents into puppets. After Slappy and Harold humiliate Sarah and her friends, they realize Harold changed after he found Slappy. The group breaks into his home to take Slappy away and begs Harold to come out after he locks himself in the basement, revealing that they tried to help him. Harold believed the group was bullying him, leading to his death in an accidental fire. The friends hide Slappy's remains. In the present, the children rationalize that their parents were not at fault and Harold needed help, upsetting "Bratt," who believes the parents murdered him. Bratt sheds his appearance and reveals himself as Harold to the horrified friends.
7"Give Yourself Goosebumps"Félix Enríquez AlcaláHilary WinstonOctober 27, 2023 (2023-10-27)
The group realizes they have been trapped in the scrapbook along with the real Mr. Bratt because Harold drew them in. Nora is released from the hospital and confronted by Harold. She flees and recovers the dummy's parts, intending to take them to her mountain cabin. She is tailed by Harold. Ben and Eliza investigate her family's mine to find that Slappy's remains really are missing. They are attacked by one of James' Dupes and realize that Nora was right about Harold. In the purgatory Biddle house, the group finds another one of Harold's memories. Mr. Bratt discovers that being hit temporarily brings him back to his body in the real world. The friends try to have him return long enough for him to write them a way out of the scrapbook, but Bratt struggles with Harold for control. Harold throws the scrapbook into a puddle. As the drawings are watered down, so is the world inside the scrapbook, and the group promptly falls through the melted floor.
8"You Can't Scare Me"David GrossmanNick AdamsNovember 3, 2023 (2023-11-03)
The friends fall through the pages as the scrapbook disintegrates. They meet Harold's parents' spirits, waiting for Harold so the family can move on together. Bratt manages to draw the group a way out. They escape and rush to find Nora. Harold takes back control of Bratt, knocks out Nora on the mountain, and retrieves Slappy. The children are joined by all of their parents, who are themselves looking for Nora. Lucas and Margot find Nora uninjured, but Isaiah slips off a cliff edge, hanging on for life. Just as Harold is about to kill him, everyone arrives and pleads with him, apologizing. Slappy tries to hold his influence but Margot breaks through to Harold by telling him that his parents are waiting and they forgive him. Harold rescues Isaiah before throwing Slappy down the cliff. His spirit leaves Bratt's body and he joins his parents in the afterlife, at peace. As everyone believes it's over, Slappy, in pieces at the bottom of the cliff, opens his eyes.
9"Night of the Living Dummy: Part 2"Erin O'MalleyMariko TamakiNovember 10, 2023 (2023-11-10)
Months later, everyone is trying to move on from Harold Biddle's haunting. Margot's mother invites her to move to Seattle so the children go for a weekend trip to discover the city. Lucas finds it more difficult than the others to move on from their ordeal. He breaks up with Margot, envisioning that their life goals are different, and returns home. Bratt writes a book inspired by the ordeal, his dream being to become a published author. When a New York publisher is interested but wants him to change the ending to expand on Slappy, Bratt struggles with writer's block and his burdening financial problems. He retrieves Slappy's remains for inspiration. Slappy leads him to retrieve Kanduu's coffin buried near the Biddle House, promising him an ending. Bratt reads the spell inside, which frees Kanduu's spirit from the Slappy dummy and revives his human body, revealing him to be a magician. Ben arrives and Kanduu turns him into a puppet.
10"Welcome to Horrorland"David GrossmanRob Letterman & Nicholas StollerNovember 17, 2023 (2023-11-17)

Kanduu, when he used to be a human, was injured in an unnamed war in 1879, but found a cave with mysterious carvings which healed him. A few years later, he meets Mahar, a struggling puppet maker in a failed circus, and makes a deal with him. A year later, he delivers human puppets to Mahar and in return wants a perfect dummy. Mahar, realizing the mistake he made by trusting Kanduu, instead traps him in the dummy. In the present day, Kanduu captures almost all of the people in Port Lawrence including Lucas, and turns them into puppets. Whilst searching for them, Isaiah reveals his feelings to Margot. Kanduu then captures Margot, Isaiah, James, Isabella, and Nathan. Nathan is secretly researching how Kanduu can be defeated. He explains to the group that the markings told him to gather 1,000 people for a sacrifice in a "special place" which is revealed to be the remains of Mahar's decrepit circus. This in turn will unleash monsters that will force humanity to stop wars among themselves and start fighting the real monsters. Finding a spell to stop him, they trap him in a false vision of his mission being accomplished with Mahar's help. Nathan realizes he is Mahar's descendant, but before they can stop him, he breaks out and goes to finish the task himself, trapping them with blackish clouds. Isaiah uses Kanduu's book to repel these clouds and gives the book to Margot, whilst he combats Kanduu. Margot finds the spell that saved Kanduu and reverses it, making him human again. The souls of all the people he killed in his journey come from hell and drag him, but not before he shoots at Margot. Isaiah jumps to save Margot but is inflicted with the bullet and in critical condition in the hospital. Ben and his wife are told that Isaiah is going to die. Margot talks to him and says yes to his proposal. Isaiah dies, but Margot uses the book to revive him.

Distraught over Isaiah's perceived death, a crying Nathan goes to the bathroom to wash his face and realizes that Kanduu's spirit is in his body, as he sees Kanduu's smiling face in the mirror instead of his reflection.



In 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic, Goosebumps (2015) producer approached director Rob Letterman with the idea of making a TV series based on the Goosebumps book series. Excited at the idea of working on a television show, Letterman accepted and approached longtime collaborator Nicholas Stoller to develop the series with him, which he ultimately agreed due to both his relationship with Letterman and an interest in developing horror-oriented material.[11][12]

On April 28, 2020, it was announced that a live action reboot TV series of the Goosebumps franchise was in the works by Scholastic Entertainment, Sony Pictures Television and Neal H. Moritz's production company Original Film, which produced both the 2015 film and its sequel.[13] In March 2021, R.L. Stine stated that the series had found a producer and a director.[14] On February 4, 2022, it was reported that Disney+ had picked up the show, giving it a 10-episode order. Rob Letterman returned from the 2015 film (from Sony Pictures Animation) to direct the pilot, as well as write and executive produce the series with Nicholas Stoller.[4] The series was partially produced via Zoom calls due to the industry-wide lockdown during the pandemic.[12]

In October 2023, producers Conor Welch and Pavun Shetty expressed interest in developing additional seasons that adapted additional Goosebumps books,[15] with Shetty in particular expressing interest in exploring elements from the Night of the Living Dummy books in season 2.[16] On February 10, 2024, the series was renewed for an eight-episode second season and is set to focus on a different cast and storyline.[17]


In October 2022, Justin Long, Ana Yi Puig, Miles McKenna, Will Price, Zack Morris, Isa Briones and Rachael Harris were cast to star in the series.[18][19][20][21] In January 2023, Rob Huebel was added to the cast in a recurring guest star role.[22]

Goosebumps author R. L. Stine makes a voice cameo in "Night of the Living Dummy Part 2" as the host of the podcast Let the Write One In. Stoller and Letterman originally planned for Stine to have a physical cameo, but plans were discarded due to Stine's unavailability, after which showrunner Hilary Winston and co-executive producer James Egan pitched the idea of Stine voicing a podcast host instead.[23] In March 2024, David Schwimmer, Ana Ortiz, Sam McCarthy, Jayden Bartels, Elijah Cooper, Galilea La Salvia, and Francesca Noel were cast as series regulars for the second season.[8][9][10]


Principal photography began in October 2022 in Vancouver and was expected to end in March 2023,[24] with Stephen McNutt and Thomas Yatsko serving as cinematographers.[25][26] In February 2023, filming also occurred at Whistler Olympic Park.[27] At the behest of Letterman, the series made strong use of practical effects, which he felt allowed the seires' scarier elements to "feel grounded" and "real". The production team focused on making sure the effects looked realistic, as they wanted audiences to feel as invested as the characters were with the series' events.[28]


Christopher S. Capp and Tuan Quoc Le serve as editors on the series.[29][30]


Goosebumps debuted on Friday, October 13, 2023, on Disney+ and Hulu. Five episodes from the ten-part series debuted as part of the streamers' annual "Hallowstream" and "Huluween" celebrations. New episodes followed every week thereafter until November 17, when the first season concluded.[3] Additionally, the series' first two episodes aired October 13 on Freeform as part of "31 Nights of Halloween."[31]


Audience viewership[edit]

According to the streaming aggregator JustWatch, Goosebumps was the seventh most watched television series across all platforms in the United States during the week of October 9–15, 2023,[32] and the third during the week of October 16–22, 2023.[33] According to the streaming aggregator Reelgood, Goosebumps was the ninth most watched program across all platforms in the United States during the week of October 12, 2023.[34] According to Whip Media's TV Time, Goosebumps was the eighth most watched original series across all platforms in the United States during the week of October 22, 2023,[35] and the seventh during the week of October 29, 2023.[36]

Critical response[edit]

The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported an approval rating of 76% with an average rating of 6.8/10, based on 37 critic reviews. The website's critics consensus reads "Wickedly inventive enough to give viewers the creeps if not nightmares, Goosebumps solidly transplants R.L. Stine's spooky stories into a serialized format."[37] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 60 out of 100 based on 12 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[38]


Goosebumps was nominated for Best Makeup - Children and Teen Television Programming at the 2024 Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Awards.[39]


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