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Chucky Takes a Stab at Politics in First Season 3 Photos

The season premiere is titled "Murder at 1600," which seems bad, politically speaking. 

By James Grebey
Chucky Season 3 Coming October 4

Hail to the chief — or should we say, “Hail to the Chucky?” Everyone’s favorite killer doll has decided to take a stab at politics, as the first photos from the upcoming third season of SYFY and USA Network’s Chucky series show the titular toy inside the White House. 

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Devon Sawa, who played three different characters in Seasons 1 and 2 of the show, returns as a brand-new character, the President of the United States, James Collins. He’s joined in 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue by first lady Charlotte Collins (Lara Jean Chorostecki) and their two sons, Grant (Jackson Kelly) and Henry (Callum Vinson). Henry, their younger child, seems to have taken a liking to a familiar-looking Good Guy Doll, which probably doesn’t bode well for the commander-in-chief. 

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How, exactly, Chucky (voiced by Brad Dourif) found himself inside the White House remains to be seen. Season 2 ended with Chucky, disguised as a Belle doll, attacking Tiffany (Jennifer Tilly) as young Caroline (Carina London Battrick) watched, fully under Chucky’s thrall. That doesn’t necessarily seem like the beginnings of a successful political career, but, hey — there have been stranger roads to the White House. 

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Take a look at all the images below, and make sure to catch the Season 3 premiere of Chucky — titled "Murder at 1600" — on SYFY and USA Network on October 4.

The cast of Chucky sits under a cover of black umbrellas at a funeral.

A funeral! I wonder if this has something to do with the "Murder at 1600" from the Season 3 premiere's title.

Henry Collins (Callum Vinson) holds Chucky as brother Grant Collins (Jackson Kelly) holds an umbrella in Chucky 301.

Call me crazy, but I think Chucky might have been involved. 

The cast of Chucky sits under a cover of black umbrellas and watches an American flag shrouded casket at a funeral.

Who is in that coffin?

Grant Collins (Jackson Kelly) holds his phone as Henry Collins (Callum Vinson) reads a book next to Chucky at the dining table in Chucky 301.

Dinner with the president of the United States and also a killer doll. 

Henry Collins (Callum Vinson) reads a book while dining with Chucky in Chucky 301.

Henry appears to be reading a book about ghosts in the White House. I've got bad news for you, Henry ...

James Collins (Devon Sawa) sits at a dining table with Grant Collins (Jackson Kelly) and Charlotte Collins (Lara Jean Chorostecki).

First lady Charlotte Collins and older brother Grant enjoy a meal with their family and also a killer doll. 

James Collins (Devon Sawa) holds Charlotte Colins (Lara Jean Chorostecki) in a well lit room in Chucky 301.

The president and first lady discuss something — perhaps the killer doll???

Melanie Spiegel (Ayesha Mansur Gonsalves) delivers a speech in front of a White House press conference backdrop in Chucky 301

Melanie Spiegel (Ayesha Mansur Gonsalves), presumably telling the press about some horror that Chucky was involved in.

Chucky Season 3 begins on SYFY and USA Network on Oct. 4 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, streaming the next day on Peacock, followed by new episodes of SurrealEstate at 10 p.m. ET/PT on SYFY.

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