Next Episode of Freddy's Nightmares is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Freddy's Nightmares (full title: Freddy's Nightmares: A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Series) is an American horror anthology series, which aired in syndication from October 1988 until March 1990. A spin-off from the Nightmare on Elm Street series, each story was introduced by Freddy Krueger (played, as in the movies, by Robert Englund).
A therapist who tries to help a boy suffering from repeated nightmares about Freddy Krueger winds up dreaming about the killer as well. Meanwhile, a cameraman who wants to settle the question of Freddy's existence for good gets drawn into his own news story.
A tabloid reporter learns that the stories he has been fabricating are coming true when he is sent into the field to write about an Elvis sighting; an amnesiac whose memory is returning in bits and pieces worries that he may have killed someone.
Doug and Roxanne move to Springwood, but while Doug's at work, Roxanne begins to unpack and discovers that a mix-up with the movers has left their house filled with someone else's possessions – in the boxes she finds bloody knives and shredded dresses. Meanwhile, Emily discovers a stack of 19th century love letters hidden behind a panel in her new home, and she begins to envision the relationships of the authors.
A photographer (Patty McCormack) who's anxious to get her career back on track gets some unexpected help on her latest photo shoots from Freddy, who's terrorizing her models. Meanwhile, three FBI agents come to Springwood to investigate a family homicide, but Freddy has some surprises in store for them.
Professor Windom is a man with a drinking problem. But he has to get over his fears, and quickly, as a former student of his is in a lot of trouble and needs his help. Barbara starts getting stressed out when her computer starts talking to her and believes she's going to be in trouble with the cops for tax evasion. Unwittingly she jumps into her computer to stop a certain file from being saved.
A recent widow (Mary Crosby) comes to the realization that her late husband (David L. Lander) purchased a winning lottery ticket, so she goes to great lengths to recover it – and keep the winnings for herself. Meanwhile, a grave digger (Tracey Walter) resorts to blackmail to land the woman of his dreams.
After accidentally assaulting a mime, obnoxious radio disc jockey Rick Rake is tormented by the clown. Meanwhile, it turns out that the mime is also a burglar who learns that the last people he robbed were also killed.
An escaped convict (Marc Alaimo) returns home to retrieve the money he hid from a bank robbery, and discovers his son is bitter and his wife (Sheree North) has lost her mind. Later, a couple (Chris Nash, Ruth de Sosa) illegally adopts a baby, but as the little girl (Irina Cashen) grows, her new parents come to the realization that she may be evil.
A gambling-addict lab researcher must race to complete his work before his bookie's enforcers show up to collect. In the second half, a monkey from the lab exacts revenge upon his captors.
Teenager Lisa (Suzanne Tara) agrees to swap babysitting duties with her friend, Heidi (Julie St. Claire) as a favour. She discovers that a relative who's locked in the family's cellar wants revenge - even invading her dreams to get it.
In this follow-up to "Dream Come True", Charlie Nichels, the new host of "Springwood Confidential", receives a warning from Freddy not to proceed with his latest show topic: Dreams That Kill. Meanwhile, a doctor performs an experimental brain matter transplantation surgery on a patient that results in the man awakening with another man's personality—and dreams.
In the sequel to "Photo Finish", a fake psychic gets possessed by Freddy during a trance and Kruger, using the psychic's body, starts killing people off. The second half is about Freddy crashing his class reunion to seek revenge on a girl who stood him up at the prom.
A lecherous psychiatrist who hypnotizes and seduces his female patients is caught in the act by a colleague, so he hatches a devious plot to get out of doing time. Meanwhile, a man who accidentally murdered is convinced by his girlfriend to undergo surgery to alter his appearance... but the face they choose also belongs to a mobster.
In this follow-up to "Lucky Stiff", Greta, who has already murdered to avoid sharing her first husband's lottery winnings, devises a plan to rub out her current husband. Later Greta finds out a deep, dark family secret when her sister Peggy drops in with her new husband for a surprise visit.
During a camping trip, a female tracker's strange behavior leads the men to believe that she may be a vampire. Later, plane crash survivors are forced to eat the corpses of the dead to survive. As the fiancee of one survivor desperately searches for the wreckage, an escaped convict also wanders through the mountains.
After Kim leaves her job to pursue her dream of writing a novel, her husband, David, convinces her to make an erotic recording on a 976 number to bring in extra cash. But Kim starts to have a mental breakdown when an obsessed caller begins murdering. Meanwhile, after reading Kim's manuscript, David wonders if Kim has herself assumed the murderous, sexually deviant personality of the heroine of her novel.
In this follow-up to "Interior Loft", an artist (Robert F. Lyons) fakes his own death to both increase the value of his work and avoid prosecution for the accidental death of one of his models. Trapped in his apartment, he becomes stir crazy and accuses his wife (Fabiana Udenio) of having an affair. Later, two ladies (Leslie Bega, Tory Polone) reluctantly agree to let a guy (Dean Fortunato) move into their loft, and he quickly begins playing them both.
In this follow-up to "Welcome To Springwood", a couple moves into a house that's allegedly haunted, but after a few strange occurrences, the wife realizes who the ghost is. Later another couple moves into the house and form a most unusual relationship with the moving man.
After Paul scorns his lover, Claire, he resorts to drastic measures to ensure his family never learns of their affair. Later a guilt-ridden man who's trying to reconcile with his son learns that it's not possible to cheat death.
In this follow-up to "Prime Cut", three recovering cannibals have an unfortunate relapse and wind up eating an intruder who's been afflicted with a strange disease.
A priest who is giving the last rites to a woman on death row is seduced, and he plans an unimaginable escape from the death house with a tragic ending. Violet Rodriguez tries to escape the same way as the other prisoner tried, hopefully with better results.
Andy Caulfield is a prisoner who is about to get parole, until he is faced with a prison counselor who also happens to be a relative of one of his victims. The second half centers on Warden Hendler, who is using prisoners as guinea pigs to test a new drug for extracting vital information, until the experiment backfires with drastic results.
Robert Englund(Freddy Krueger)
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