The Midnight Club Is Cancelled: Netflix has decided to cancel The Midnight Club after just one season. It has been reported (via TheWrap) that the October premiere of the horror series has been its last. There won’t be a second season, so the cliffhanger-filled end of the first will have to do. Fans are disappointed, but co-creator Mike Flanagan must feel even worse because he envisioned a long run for The Midnight Club.
Shortly after the premiere, Flanagan told Variety, “This [series] was designed to be ongoing.” No idea if that will work. As for what Netflix intends to do, we won’t know for at least another month. However, its existence was intended to be permanent. Pike has written eighty books, so we have a wealth of untapped resources.
He also hinted that the show’s mysteries would eventually be explained. Flanagan had previously promised that, should news of The Midnight Club’s cancellation arrive, he would make the news public via social media shortly thereafter.
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Additionally, “we didn’t answer some of the bigger questions of the season,” as Flanagan put it. Those explanations are available, but they were intended for the following season. If none exists, I’ll tweet them out. Then at least we can have an open discussion about it.
The Midnight Club Ends Just As Quickly As It Began
The show’s cancellation comes at the same time that reports surfaced that Flanagan had signed a multiyear deal with Amazon Studios to produce exclusive shows for Prime Video.
Flanagan has previously collaborated with Trevor Macy on the anthology horror series The Haunting of Hill House, The Haunting of Bly Manor, and Midnight Mass. Another Netflix production, The Fall of the House of Usher, is currently in production. Only The Midnight Club was intended from the start to be a long-running series.
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The Midnight Club is an anthology horror film based on the Christopher Pike books of the same name, which follows a group of terminally ill people as they get together at night to share ghost stories.
Iman Benson, Igby Rigney, Ruth Codd, Annarah Cymone, Chris Sumpter, Adia, Aya Furukawa, Sauriyan Sapkota, Samantha Sloyan, Matt Biedel, and Zach Gilford all make appearances in the series. Heather Langenkamp, best known for her role in A Nightmare on Elm Street, also has a pivotal part in the series
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