Art the Clown to Appear in Peacock Series ‘Bupkis’

Following the unprecedented success of Terrifier 2, Art the Clown will next bee seen on screen in the upcoming Peacock series Bupkis, as revealed today in the official trailer for the show.

Terrifier franchise creator Damien Leone shared the trailer on his social media accounts today, writing, “Cat’s out of the bag! Did you ever think Art the Clown would share the screen with Pete Davidson, Joe Pesci, Edie Falco, Ray Romano, @charliedayofficial, Steve Buscemi, @daveattell, @shanemgillis, Simon Rex, @bradgarrett, @machinegunkelly , @bobby_cannavale and John Stewart? 🤯 Here is the official trailer to the upcoming series BUPKIS on @peacock. It was such an honor to be a part of this and I Can’t wait for you to see how Art is involved! 🤪🤡 This was a blast to film and this show is going to be nuts! Definitely check it out on May 4th!”

The series stars Pete Davidson as himself, featuring eight half-hour episodes that will reportedly depict a heightened, fictionalized version of Davidson’s real life.

David Howard Thornton also shared the news on Facebook, confirming that he reprises his role as Art the Clown from the films for the new series, which premieres on May 4 on Peacock.

You can watch the official trailer for Bupkis, featuring a quick shot of Art, below.

[Watch our interview with David Howard Thornton on playing Art the Clown here.]

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Matt Artz

Founded Halloween Daily News in 2012 and the Halloween International Film Festival in 2016. Professional writer/journalist/photographer since 2000.