Michael Flanagan, the mastermind behind Netflix’s horror assortment 'The Haunting of Hill House', 'The Haunting of Bly Manor', and 'Midnight Mass', returns to his directorial chair this year with the release of The Midnight Club, the horror mystery-thriller series created in partnership with Leah Fong.
Adapted from the Christopher Pike novel of the same title, The Midnight Club follows a group of terminally ill young adults living together in hospice care. Each night at midnight, the group convene to tell one another spooky stories and make a pact that, once the first person die, they will try and communicate with the group posthumously.
A teaser trailer, released yesterday (6 June), revealed much of the cast and set the chilling scene of Rotterdam Home as the patients meet to contact those beyond the grave.
Here is everything we know so far about The Midnight Club...
When is The Midnight Club coming out?
It was announced with the trailer that all ten episodes of 'The Midnight Club' will be available to stream collectively on Netflix from 7 October 2022.
Who is in the cast of The Midnight Club?
Horror veteran Heather Langencamp, known for 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' will join the cast as the cryptic doctor overseeing the hospice. She will be joined by BlackAF’s Iman Benson, Samantha Sloyan, Igby Rigney, Ruth Codd, Aya Furukawa, Annarah Cymone, and Matt Beidel.
Michael Flanagan leads the production with Leah Fong, previously a writer for 'Once Upon a Time' who worked with Flanagan on 'The Haunting of Bly Manor.'
'The Midnight Club' trailer:
A short teaser, released to Netflix’s social media channels this week, introduces fans to members of 'The Midnight Club', as they recite lines from an eerie litany before joining at the witching hour. Overshadowed by a hooded figure facing away from the camera, the group collect around a table to begin their storytelling and seance.
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