Josh McDermitt has a different look in an episode of Creepshow

Josh McDermitt as Harlan - Creepshow _ Season 2 - Photo Credit: Josh Stringer/Shudder
Josh McDermitt as Harlan - Creepshow _ Season 2 - Photo Credit: Josh Stringer/Shudder /

Fans of The Walking Dead’s Josh McDermitt, have you seen his new look for Greg Nicotero’s Creepshow? The episode airs on Shudder on April 8th and will feature McDermitt as an exterminator. Episode two features two stories, “Dead and Breakfast/Pesticide.”

McDermitt stars in “Pesticide” along with Keith David (The Thing) and Ashely Laurence (Hellraiser). Fellow Walking Dead cast member C. Thomas Howell (The Hitcher) will star in “Dead and Breakfast” with Ali Larter (Final Destination)and Iman Benson (BlackAF).

Frank Dietz, a screenwriter for the series, posted the photo below on his Twitter. McDermitt looks a bit different than his Walking Dead persona, Eugene Porter.

What can you expect from “Dead & Breakfast/Pesticide”?

Creepshow consists of anthology-type stories, all with comedic horror themes. The tagline has always been “The most fun you’ll ever have being scared.”

“Dead & Breakfast” takes place in a bed and breakfast run by siblings, Howell and Larter, whose establishment was the location of a murder of an old spinster. This is creating problems with visitor bookings.

They hire a young vlogger, Benson, to help with the establishment’s social media presence, trying to put a positive spin on the negativity that the house is known for.

In “Pesticide,” McDermott’s exterminator character feels he is the best in the business and is hired by a wealthy client, David. But, during this job, he gets more than he bargained for and will it be worth it even though the payout is huge?

Greg Nicotero, The Walking Dead’s EP and FX guru, has rebooted the Creepshow franchise. The first season aired on Shudder in 2019 with six episodes. The series was renewed for the second and third seasons, with the second one premiering on April 1, and this will consist of at least six episodes.

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If you enjoyed the 80s Creepshow that was a collaboration of George A. Romero and Stephen King, be sure to check out NIcotero’s homage to those two horror greats in the TV series.