See Lizzy Caplan Go Full Misery in Castle Rock Season 2 Trailer

Castle Rock Season 2 Teaser with Lizzy Caplan as Annie Wilkes

Castle Rock Season 2 Teaser with Lizzy Caplan as Annie Wilkes

Stephen King hive, activate: The first teaser for the second season of Hulu's Castle Rock has arrived, and with it comes the expected assortment of familiar names, faces, and places - like Jerusalem's Lot, Annie Wilkes (played here by Lizzy Caplan), Tim Robbins, and one seriously foreboding wheelchair. We all know the answer to that.

The anthology's second season will also star Oscar victor Tim Robbins (who's already familiar with the Stephen King universe, having starred in The Shawshank Redemption in 1994), as well as Robin Weigert (Big Little Lies), Sarah Gadon (Alias Grace), Alison Wright (The Americans) and Greg Grunberg (Heroes). Caplan takes on the role of the ankle-smashing nurse played by Oscar victor Kathy Bates in the movie Misery, while Elsie Fisher plays Wilkes' teenage daughter, Joy, who's starting to realize not all is well with her mother.

In the context of the show, Caplan's Annie is grappling with her increasingly deteriorating mental state in the town of Castle Rock. The first few scenes of the trailer show her getting into a vehicle accident, which is amusing considering it was a auto accident that placed Paul in Annie's clutches during the events told in Misery.

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Castle Rock, a horror anthology series set in Stephen King's multiverse, is returning this fall. Garrett Hedlund will play John "Ace" Merrill (played by Kiefer Sutherland in Stand By Me) and Matthew Alan will play Ace's brother Chris.

Castle Rock Season 2 will debut on Hulu on October 23.

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