All the songs in Chucky episode 1, Death by Misadventure

Chucky has arrived and he came with all the jokes, thrills, and an amazing soundtrack. Below, we list all the songs in Chucky episode 1 so you can add them to your playlist.

Who would have thought that if you want a killer playlist (pun intended) you have to watch Chucky? The series, which follows the popular possessed doll from the Child’s Play movies, has premiered on Syfy and USA Network.

Fans of the franchise knew to expect some dark comedy, it’s what Chucky is known for! While the TV series doesn’t hit the mark quite right when it comes to Chucky’s iconic humor, it was a fun first episode. We’re excited to see more of it in the weeks to come.

Spoilers ahead! 

Chucky season 1 episode 1 introduces Jake Wheeler, an awkward and lonely kid whose life just became more complicated with the arrival of Chucky, a doll possessed by serial killer Charles Lee Ray. After his dad is killed by Chucky, Jake goes to live with his uncle Logan. He’s happy to have family there for him, but Jake doesn’t get along very well with his cousin, Junior. Not to mention, Chucky is not about to make things any easier for Jake.

However, Chucky seems to like Jake and sympathize with him. Don’t be so quick to trust Chucky, though! We know he is a master manipulator! We can’t wait to see what the series has in store! But something that took us by surprise is the amazing soundtrack! Chucky episode 1 features some great songs! Ready to add to your killer playlist? Here we go!

What are the songs in Chucky episode 1?

“Copycat” by Billie Eilish

First, we have the one and only Billie Eilish! It’s a great song to introduce the series. To be honest, we were surprised such a big name in music is featured in the series.

“How Villains Are Made” by Madalen Duke

Okay, this song is literal perfection! “How Villains Are Made” plays as Lucas (Jake’s dad) is destroying a doll art sculpture Jake had been working hard on. He’s ashamed of his son and won’t accept that Jake is gay, it’s truly sad! I have a feeling Jake and Chucky are going to get along just fine.

“Personal Hell” by Kim Petras

As if you missed it the first two times, the people in charge of the music in the Chucky deserve all the praise. This is another song I quickly added to my playlist!

Which song from this week’s episode is your favorite?