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[06/04/07 - 07:42 PM]
Chiller Cools Off and Shakes Up Viewers in June
Chiller scares up "the best television this June, beginning on June 5 when it showcases Paris Hilton in Nine Lives at 9pm and 12am (ET), the same day that she turns herself in to jail."

[via press release from Chiller]

CHILLER COOLS OFF AND SHAKES UP VIEWERS IN JUNE

CHILLER COOLS OFF AND SHAKES UP VIEWERS IN JUNE WITH LOADS OF CHILLS AND THRILLS

Paris Hilton in NINE LIVES on June 5

BURBANK, Calif. - June 4, 2007 - Chiller scares up the best television this June, beginning on June 5 when it showcases Paris Hilton in Nine Lives at 9pm and 12am (ET), the same day that she turns herself in to jail.

Other June stunts are Chiller Summer Camp, featuring campy horror classics every Friday night. And Sunday dinner will never be the same again after Chiller invites viewers to join Hannibal Lecter for a double feature on Sunday, June 24. First up on the serving platter is Red Dragon at 4pm and 9:30pm (ET), followed by Hannibal at 6:30pm and 12am (ET).

"Chiller has an amazing array of summer movies premiering and returning in June that will keep horror fans clenched in suspense all month long," said Dan Harrison, Senior Vice President Emerging Networks, NBC Universal Cable. "From Werewolf to Jaws, there will be plenty of selections to choose from."

Chiller promises more movies in June and delivers just that. Wednesday, June 6 belongs to the ferocious sharp-fanged creature known as the werewolf. At 12pm (ET) Chiller airs Monsters: Werewolf of Hollywood and the Werewolf of London is on at 3:30am (ET). Chiller also launches Werewolf with a six-episode run at 6pm (ET) on June 6. Then, don't forget to look for episodes of the series every Wednesday night in June.

Give dad the gift of fright this Father's Day with Chiller's Dawn of the Dad marathon. This lineup of dads isn't exactly full of candidates for a father-of-the-year award starting with Sheriff Buck in a six episode marathon of American Gothic at 9am and 3pm (ET), then Oscar winner Jack Nicholson is a force to be reckoned with in Stephen King's classic, The Shining, presented commercial-free at 9pm and 11:30pm (ET). More late-night horror is available at 2am (ET) with Son of Dracula and Son of Frankenstein at 4am (ET).

Wedding bells are ringing on Chiller in June, but don't look for happy endings. Fans can tune-in for a few dreadful ceremonies beginning with Freddy's Nightmares unveiling of "The Bride Wore Red" at 6pm (ET), followed by Alfred Hitchcock Presents at 7pm (ET). Then, catch Demi Moore and Tom Hanks in Tales from the Crypt at 8pm (ET) and witness the Bride of Chucky at 9pm (ET). Finally, The Bride of Frankenstein brings the night to a close at 2am (ET).

Chiller warns audiences to beware of all large bodies of water this June. Scary movie lovers should prepare for a weekend of underwater chills with the original summer blockbuster Jaws at 9pm and 12:30am (ET) on Saturday, June 30, then stay awake for the Creature from the Black Lagoon at 3am (ET). The water-works weekend concludes with Sphere on Sunday, July 1 at 9pm and 12am (ET).

June kicks off the Chiller Summer Camp where viewers can experience the campiest movies every Friday night this summer. A triple-feature jumpstarts the Friday weekend at 8pm (ET) with the following schedule:

�Friday June 15: Elvira: Mistress of the Dark (Premiere), Cemetery Man (Premiere), Nine Lives (starring Paris Hilton)

�Friday June 22: Bad Seed, Cherry Falls, Love Object (Premiere)

�Friday June 29: Tales from the Crypt: Bordello of Blood, Terror in the Aisles, Monster on the Campus

The Chiller Frightmare continues this summer with two horror-raising premieres. Legendary 9 to 5 working girl Jane Fonda is in a living nightmare in the premiere of The Morning After on June 1 at 9pm and 12am (ET), while Harrison Ford as Blade Runner debuts on Chiller June 9 at 9pm and 12am (ET). During the summer, fans can look for Frightmare on Friday and Saturday nights at 9pm (ET) from June 1 through June 9 and every Saturday and Sunday night at 9pm (ET), beginning June 16.

Fans will want to keep the tube tuned into Chiller in the afternoons to catch more classic series, including the original Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Night Gallery, The Sixth Sense and Friday the 13th: The Series. The added thrills and chills continue with American Gothic five nights a week at 7pm and 3am (ET), a move to Tuesdays at 8pm and 11pm (ET) for Freddy's Nightmares, a move to Thursdays for Twin Peaks at 8pm and 11pm (ET) and late-night episodes of Tales from the Crypt at 2am (ET) and Monsters at 5:30am (ET).

THE CHILLER FRIGHTMARE - Fridays, beginning at 9pm ET

PREMIERES
The Morning After 6/1

ENCORES
The Shining (Commercial Free) 6/8

THE CHILLER FRIGHTMARE - Saturdays, beginning at 9pm ET

PREMIERES
Blade Runner 6/9

ENCORES
Twilight Zone: The Movie 6/2
The Haunting 6/16
Bride of Chucky (June Weddings of Dread) 6/23
Jaws (Don't Go in the Water!) 6/30

THE CHILLER FRIGHTMARE - Sundays, beginning at 9pm ET on June 17

PREMIERES
Hannibal (Hannibal Sunday Dinner) 6/24

ENCORES
The Shining (Commercial Free) 6/17
(Dawn of the Dad Marathon)
Red Dragon (Hannibal Sunday Dinner) 6/24





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