Everyone remembers "Goosebumps," but not everyone remembers the hit kids horror novel series "Bone Chillers," which became a short-lived live-action TV show on ABC in the 1996, starring Linda Cardellini ("Freaks and Geeks") and Charles Fleischer ("Who Framed Roger Rabbit"), executive produced by Adam Rifkin ("The Dark Backward").
It's a strange and manic horror series about teenagers who go to a high school full of monsters, ghosts, mummies, ghouls, and the ghost of Edgar Allan Poe. The guest stars include Paul Bartel and Mary Woronov, so it's got a better pedigree than most other kids shows of any kind. But did it deserve to get canceled after one short season, or was "Bone Chillers"... canceled too soon?
You'll have to listen to the latest episode of the podcast to find out!
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