Hulu released a new trailer for “Into the Dark,” teasing the next installment to the popular ongoing series. Gigi Saul Guerrero directed the latest chapter, working from a script written with Efren Hernandez and James Benson. The new episode’s cast includes Martha Higareda, Richard Cabral, Shawn Ashmore, Barbara Crampton, and Creed Bratton. There’s a lot to unpack in the new trailer, and it’s looking like one of the best episodes yet.

Hulu released the trailer on social media adding, “Told in Spanish and English, this thriller follows a young Mexican woman in pursuit of the American Dream, who crosses illegally into the United States, only to find herself in an American nightmare.”

The series came about through a partnership with Hulu and Blumhouse Television. The horror event series comes from Jason Blum’s independent TV studio, and a new installment releases each month inspired by a holiday. This time around, the holiday is the Fourth of July, which is also the premiere date. Fans of “Into the Dark” can watch the official trailer below.

If you want to set a reminder, you can catch the next installment of Blumhouse’s “Into the Dark” on July 4th. That’s also the same night that “Stranger Things 3” drops on Netflix, so you might want to cancel all of those fireworks plans. There will be plenty to stream this summer thanks to subscription services, so grab some snacks and turn up and the A/C and you’ll save a lot of money on beach towels and sunscreen.

If you would like to catch up on “Into the Dark,” there are several episodes already available on Hulu. The series began with “The Body,” followed by “Flesh & Blood,” “Pooka!,” “New Year, New You,” “Down,” “Treehouse,” “I’m Just F-cking With You,” “All That We Destroy,” and “They Come Knocking.”

There will also be several big horror-thriller hits on the big screen this summer. The “Child’s Play” reboot opens this weekend, followed by Warner Bros. Pictures’ “Annabelle Comes Home” on June 26th. A24 is starting off July with its horror-thriller “Midsommar,” from writer and director Ari Aster.

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