This October, DUSK announces a month-long free preview during the most paranormal and spookiest month of the year. All month long, including Halloween, viewers can partake in the suspense, scares and spine-chilling fun with Hollywood hit films and new seasons of Medium and Supernatural.
Corus Entertainment rolls out a media campaign to support the dawn of the newly branded specialty service DUSK (formerly SCREAM) which launches on 09/09/09. Corus’ in-house creative team worked with Toronto-based zig and New York-based Imaginary Forces to develop the creative for this multifaceted and innovative campaign.
On 09.09.09 (Wednesday, September 9, 2009), SCREAM will change to become DUSK, a new channel featuring supernatural, thriller and suspense-based Hollywood feature films and television series seven days a week, 24-hours-a-day. To celebrate the launch of the new channel, DUSK is offering a free preview from September 9 to October 9. During the month-long event, DUSK will feature 9 network …
On 09.09.09, SCREAM TV will be changing to become DUSK and will feature an even more female-friendly line-up of programming.
This fall SCREAM continues to provide viewers with edge-of-their seat programming with the return of the highly popular Triple Thrill movie block – airing three uncut, adrenaline-boosting movies back-to-back every night, starting at 7 p.m.. Audiences will also be frightened and thrilled by the exclusive Canadian premiere of Stephen King’s Nightmares and Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King, an …
Corus Entertainment recently announced the launch of SCREAM Extreme on Demand, a new video-on-demand (VOD) offering for one of Canada’s top digital channels, SCREAM. Viewers now have access to a range of horror, suspense and thriller programming, uncut and uninterrupted, available 24 hours a day, scheduled at their convenience.
SCREAM’s heart-stopping fall schedule is anchored by the second season of Showtime’s Masters of Horror series, a collection of frightening films from acclaimed directors and writers of the horror genre. Viewers can also look forward to the introduction of Triple Thrill, three uncut, adrenaline-boosting movies aired back-to-back, starting at 7 p.m. every night of the week.
This fall, SCREAM is set to scare the pants off even more viewers with a unique new horror series that will shock, terrify, and captivate even the most discriminating horror film fans, and a calendar of fresh programming initiatives to celebrate the milestones and masters of horror cinema. Each week, SCREAM hosts Thriller Thursday, an adrenaline-boosting double bill, and Suspense …
This November, SCREAM airs a rarely-seen political thriller from director Roman Polanski, and a phantasmagoric feast from director Tim Burton that ranks on the American Film Institute’s list of 100 funniest American movies. All that, and a tribute to everyone’s favourite homicidal doll!
Programming highlights for 2004-2005.
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