It’s exciting and scary “Crow’s Feet at Midnight” (English: “The Midnight Club”) is a mystery horror series from Netflix that started in 2022. October 7 The story follows eight teenagers living in a foster home for terminally ill young adults. Together, they found a midnight club where they meet every day at midnight in the library and tell each other scary stories. One day, the group makes a pact: whoever dies first will contact the others from beyond. Then, when one of them dies, strange things happen at the hospice.
The story is based on the novel of the same name and other works by Christopher Pike. The series was produced by Mike Flanagan and Leah Fong. Flanagan is also the creator of Midnight Mass and The Haunting of Hill House. The cast includes Igby Rigney (Fast and Furious 9), Aya Furukawa (The Babysitters Club) and Annarah Cymone (Midnight Mass).
Goosebumps at Midnight: Here’s Why There’s No Season 2
The odds of an extension were actually pretty good, with director Mike Flanagan well-known to horror fans taking on the lead role in Goosebumps at Midnight. Also, the series wasn’t marketed as a miniseries, so it wasn’t considered complete from the start. Also, the last episode ended abruptly, leaving room for a sequel.
But as Netflix has now announced, there won’t be a second season of Goosebumps at Midnight. Horrible fun only stayed in the top ten for three weeks, which seemed too short for the service provider. But Mike Flanagan and his colleague Trevor Macy, who just signed a multi-year deal with rival Amazon, may also be to blame for Netflix’s decision. Not good for Netflix!?
Goosebumps at Midnight Season 2: Could’ve Continued Like This
Mike Flanagan is famous for not allowing his Netflix series to get a second season. However, the director revealed to TVLine that he would like to continue the series if Netflix greenlights it: “Pike has written 80 books, so we have a lot of incredible material to draw from. The bigger questions of the season have yet to be answered. Those answers are there, but were scheduled for next season. If there aren’t, I’ll put them on Twitter and at least we can talk about it.”
What answers exactly was he talking about? On the one hand, how is Dr. Stanton’s condition is in order and her connection to the Paragon Cult. Also, Season 2 could explore what’s going on with Shasta and why Brightcliffe’s former owners are haunting the place. What happened to Anya’s unexpectedly repaired ballerina could also have been explained in Season 2.
Flanagan also announced that new club members would join and others would die. “We can, unlike in the book, if we lose actors, we will have new ones, and finally Ilonka will introduce the children to it,” he said. He also revealed, “By the way, you’ve already met Death on the show. The personification of Death has appeared on it before, but it’s something different than you think.”
Text: Janne Wischmeier