Disney+ has released a new trailer for the series Just Beyondadapted from the unique work of RL Stine. The series will consist of 8 episodes, each telling its own interesting story set in a world of fantasy and nightmares. The series will premiere on Disney+ as part of Hallowstream on October 13.
From the start of the trailer, viewers will know that beyond the world they know today, there is another world where fantasy and spooky things like witches, ghosts, parallel universes, and even aliens really exist. Each episode seems to be set in this alternate world, introducing a new cast and characters who must go on an extraordinary journey full of twists, surprises, and nightmares to reinvent themselves.
Just Beyond is an eight-episode anthology series from Disney+ that tells amazing and thought-provoking stories about realities beyond what we know. Each episode introduces viewers to a new cast of characters who must go on a memorable journey in a supernatural world involving wizards, aliens, ghosts and parallel universes.
First published in 2019, Stine’s series of novels centers on high school kids who discover various terrors in their environment. The story of the first book tells of a group of children who discover facts about scary creatures and the gateway to a terrifying dimension that lurks in their school while the second book deals with two Martian creatures who land on Earth and hijack two children’s bodies and the third focuses on two brothers. siblings who join their uncle on a scientific expedition to a deserted island.
The series stars Christine Ko, Malcolm Barrett, Sally Pressman, Cedric Joe, Riki Lindhome, Tim Heidecker, Gabriel Bateman, Cyrus Arnold, Arjun Athalye, Jack Gore, Logan Gray, Elisha Henig, Rachel Marsh, Jy Prishkulnik, Megan Stott, Henry Thomas, and Izabela Vidovic.
For your information, Just Beyond is one of many recently announced Halloween-themed treats for Disney+ that include new content like the Muppets Haunted Mansion special and LEGO Star Wars Terrifying Tales, along with horror classics like Hocus Pocus, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Frankieweenie and more, all of which will land on the streaming platform between now and mid-October