A NCBUniversal Cable rep confirmed that the horror-centric channel would cease operations at the end of 2017. Its death comes after carriage struggles with multiple media companies, including Verizon, Charter, Dish and Cox. Chiller has hardly been hardly a marquee player for NBCU, but it is the latest network to fall this year. Cloo (formally Sleuth) officially died in January, and Esquire closed up shop after only three years on the air in June.
Source and more: THR
Since launching in March 2007, Chiller has aired mostly horror films and older TV fare along with one original scripted series, the Canadian horror anthology Slasher, which premiered in March 2016. Chiller also aired original reality fare and films such as Lifeforce and Siren, along with such off-net genre series as 666 Park Avenue, Being Human, Fear Factor, Tales From the Crypt, The Twilight Zone and Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Source and more: Deadline
Will you miss Chiller? Happy Slasher escaped to Netflix?