Michael Jackson's "Halloween" special, which is an hour special that will feature Jackson's iconic music, is set to be aired on CBS this fall. The official announcement was made by the network on Tuesday and a lot has been excited about the news. The said project has been developed and created by Jackson's family estate-owned production. Further, Entertainment Tonight has also learned that the animated special TV show is set to feature a star-studded list of actors.

Apparently, the voice actors will include Christine Baranski, Lucy Liu, Kiersey Clemons, George Eads, and Lucas Till. It is also believed that Jackson's TV special will center on the two millennials and their dogs who will venture into a creepy hotel location.

Grand Dance finale

Jackson's "Halloween" animated special is expected to feature the King Of Pop's iconic songs. Furthermore, it is also believed that the show will have a grand dance finale which will feature the animated Jackson. Most probably, "Thriller" is one of the music that will be used for the grand finale.

The said TV special is set to air soon this October. Hence, viewers are encouraged to prepare for their creepy outfits, pumpkins, and candies while waiting for the spooky special to air on screen. This hour-long broadcast is expected to satisfy all of the fans of the King of Pop with his iconic moves and songs.

Jackson Estate

Jackson's "Halloween" special is in the works of Jackson estate Optimum Production. Apparently, John Branca and John McClain have stood as the executive producers and executors of the upcoming show.

Meanwhile, the show creator also added that the TV special is expected to be a little creepy.

However, it is believed that the entire iconic music of Jackson will be portrayed best by the different voice actors in the list. CBS has also announced that the said TV show is one of their special shows which will be aired in time for Halloween.

Apart from giving the audience with the best of their shows, Jackson's animated special is also another way of celebrating the death of the King of Pop which took place eight years ago.

Most of his music will be voiced by highly selected personalities. Meanwhile, it is also set to feature a little story about two millennials who will be lost somewhere in a hotel that is located at 777 Jackson Street.

As the story continues, the two millennials are set to experience unexpected adventures and discovery. The show will be culminated by a grand dance finale which will center on an animated King of Pop.

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