Fox Sets Fall Premiere for Liev Schreiber-Narrated Manson Special, Unveils Creepy Teaser (Video)

The two-hour special is made from more than 100 hours of Manson Cult footage

Fox has set a Sept. 17 airdate for its two-hour special on Charles Manson and his band of followers and released a skin-crawling promo for it.

The special, “Inside the Manson Cult: The Lost Tapes,” will be narrated by “Ray Donovan” star Liev Schreiber.

The content for the special was culled from more than 100 hours of chilling footage, and goes inside Spahn’s Ranch, where the Manson cult lived, to offer an intimate and terrifying look into America’s most murderous group. The special will feature rare photos plus new and archival interviews with former Manson cult members, such as Catherine “Gypsy” Share and Dianne “Snake” Lake, as well as prosecutor Stephen Kay and FBI criminal profiler John Douglas.

“The Manson murders are some of history’s most shocking and grisly crimes,” said Rob Wade, Fox’s president of alternative entertainment and specials. “‘The Lost Tapes’ offers incredible insight into how such unsuspecting people fell under Manson’s demonic spell, and how so many of them committed such heinous acts.”

“Inside The Manson Cult: The Lost Tapes” is produced by Naked Television. Simon Andreae, Hugh Ballantyne and Richard Dale serve as executive producers, along with Allan Gaba and Dean Egnater.

Watch the video above.