Chiller is the home of scary-good entertainment, where thrill-seeking audiences go for high quality, edge-of-your-seat movies, series and events all year round.
Award-winning original movies, stunts and specials have put Chiller on the map for viewers who crave a true rush of adrenaline with every experience. And by investing in high-caliber partnerships with the biggest names in entertainment, Chiller is taking the thrills to the next level.
Drew Barrymore executive produces the upcoming Chiller original movie "Animal." Five breakthrough filmmakers put their unique spin on scary in the second volume of the fan-favorite anthology film, "Chilling Visions: 5 States of Fear." And executive producer Elijah Wood joins forces with iconic actors Rainn Wilson and David Morse in the highly anticipated film "The Boy."
And viewers don't just flock to Chiller to watch--they go to participate. Saturdays feature "Don't Watch Alone" movies, where viewers can interact in real time via social media.
High-quality originals. Award-winning movies. And dramatic growth year-over-year. Chiller truly is scary good.
Senior VP, Syfy and USA Ad Sales
• Chiller reaches 41.1 million homes.
• 62% female/38% male
• 44% of Chiller's audience is A25-54; 36% is A18-49.
• Chiller reached 39.1 million viewers in 2013.
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