There’s a supernatural reality that lies past ours and this fall, audiences can experience it for themselves through the new anthology series, Just Beyond. Disney+ has shared the official trailer for the show which premieres on October 13th.

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What’s Happening:

  • In just two weeks, Disney+ audiences will have a chance to journey into the world of R.L. Stine as the streaming platform launches the anthology series Just Beyond.
  • Today, Disney+ gave fans a peek at what awaits just outside our reality with a new thrilling trailer for the upcoming series. The trailer shares a glimpse at some of the interesting characters viewers will meet such as aliens, witches, ghosts and more.
  • Each episode will introduce the audience to a new cast who must go on a surprising journey of self-discovery in a supernatural world.
  • Just Beyond premieres October 13th on Disney+.

  • The series cast includes:
  • McKenna Grace
  • Lexi Underwood 
  • Christine Ko
  • Malcolm Barrett
  • Sally Pressman
  • Cedric Joe
  • Riki Lindhome
  • Tim Heidecker
    • Arjun Athalye
    • Cyrus Arnold
    • Elisha Henig
    • Gabriel Bateman
    • Henry Thomas
    • Izabela Vidovic
    • Jack Gore
    • Jy Prishkulnik
    • Logan Gray
    • Megan Stott
    • Rachel Marsh

Creative Team:

  • Seth Grahame-Smith serves as writer and showrunner. The series, based on the BOOM! Studios graphic novels by R.L. Stine, is executive produced by Grahame-Smith, David Katzenberg and Aaron Schmidt via KatzSmith Productions.
  • David Walpert and Marc Webb also serve as executive producers alongside Ross Richie, Stephen Christy and Mark Ambrose of BOOM!.
  • Stine is attached as co-executive producer.
  • Just Beyond is produced by 20th Television, a part of Disney Television Studios.
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