WWE star Liv Morgan will make a cameo appearance in Chucky’s second season, and a sneak look film has teased her role. In episode 4, “Death on Denial,” the professional wrestler who most recently held the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship appears. Even while her character’s specifics haven’t been revealed, both Morgan and the killer doll himself hint that she’ll be suffering a horrific end in the latest trailer.
In the clip, Chucky (Brad Dourif) tells Liv, “Most people try to get as far away from me as they can, but you’re trying to get as close as you can.” The clip also includes interview material with Morgan about her Chucky cameo.
Liv exclaims, “I want Chucky to kill me,” with joy. “It’s a fantasy. I want to be brutally slaughtered by Chucky; I don’t want a lead or a staring role.”
“How about you join me on my show, but Liv, be cautious about what you wish for,” the Good Guy teases in response.
If Chucky destroys Morgan on the programme, it will be a long-awaited moment for the pro wrestling fan favourite. In previous interviews, she has indicated a wish to be killed off on the TV show, and just last year, she had a performance on WWE television while dressed in a Chucky-inspired attire. Morgan also tweeted photographs of herself at the time, tagging Chucky’s official account and asking, “Wanna play?”
When Morgan got signed by WWE in 2014, she accomplished another of her life objectives. After establishing herself in the NXT section of the company, Morgan has advanced to become one of the most well-known stars in the organisation. She has participated in the inaugural Women’s Royal Rumble match and other WrestleManias. She won the Money in the Bank ladder match in July 2022, earning herself a shot at the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship that night by defeating Ronda Rousey. In The Kill Room’s upcoming thriller, Morgan will star with Samuel L. Jackson and Uma Thurman.
Chucky In Chucky Season 2
The film series that ended with Cult of Chucky is carried on in Chucky. In addition to Fiona Dourif, Jennifer Tilly, and Alex Vincent, all franchise fans, Brad Dourif returns as Chucky’s voice actor. Don Mancini, Nick Antosca, Alex Hedlund, David Kirschner, and Jeff Renfroe served as executive producers.