Lethal Weapons fans will be pleased to hear that Clayne Crawford will be heading back to the small screen very soon. The actor has been cast to star in an upcoming episode of Hulu’s Into the Dark horror anthology series. Into the Dark releases, feature-length episodes each month focused on a holiday that takes place during that month. Previous Installments include February’s Treehouse, which was written and directed by James Roday starring Jimmi Simpson and February’s Down starring Matt Lauria.
According to TVLine, Crawford’s installment will hit Hulu in June, centering around Father’s Day. Titled They Came Knocking, the story will follow Crawford as a “recent widower who takes his two daughters on a road trip where he finds his family in the crosshairs of terrifying supernatural entities.” It will feature a supporting cast of Josephine Langsford, Robyn Lively, Lia McHugh, and Dwight Hicks. Into the Dark comes from award-winning producer, Jason Blum and his Blumhouse Television studio.
Last May, Fox announced that they would not be renewing Clayne Crawford’s contract on Lethal Weapon after he had exhibited “a pattern of toxic behavior on the set,” according to EW. Crawford had starred on the series as Martin Riggs since the show’s premiere in 2016 and did issue an apology statement, but he was not reinstated. The series eventually cast Seann William Scott as his replacement.
Previous credits for Crawford include Rectify, NCIS: New Orleans, Tinker, Above Ground, While We Were, and A Walk to Remember. Are you excited to see Crawford back on TV? What do you think about Hulu’s Into the Dark series? Let us know!
They Came Knocking will drop on Hulu on June 7th!