Netflix Cancelled the Season 2 of The Midnight Club!
We are very interested in a new mystery thriller. The Midnight Club is based on Christopher Pike’s book of the same name, which came out in 1994. The show is about eight hospice patients who get together every night at midnight to tell scary stories.
One night, they decide that the first one to die from their disorder will be in charge of talking to the others after death. After one of them dies, strange things start to happen. On October 7, 2022, The Midnight Club came out on Netflix. Everyone is waiting to see if there will be a second season after the first season was so exciting. After how the first season ended, who wouldn’t want a second one?
Is there going to be a second season of The Midnight Club?
We now know the answer to this critical question, but it’s not what we wanted. As per report from Deadline, On December 1, it was announced that Netflix had decided not to give The Midnight Club a second season. This came after Flanagan and his producing partner Trevor Macy left Netflix and signed an exclusive, multiyear deal with Amazon Studios to make TV shows.
In the long Tumblr post, Flanagan wove together details of the possible second part to show what the story would have been about. He answered many important questions, like who the Mirror Man and the Cataract Woman were. Fans also find out who Dr. Stanton is and what her storyline in Season 2 would have been.
Plot of the Season 2 of The Midnight Club
Even though Netflix has canceled the show, the creator of the show has already posted on social media about what will happen in the next season. At the end of the first season of The Midnight Club, it is revealed that Dr. Georgina Stanton not only wears a wig but also has an hourglass tattoo.
This suggests that she may be connected to the dangerous death cult called the Paragon. Amesh, Natsuki, Kevin, and Ilonka would all die by the end of Season 2. There would have been a new patient at Brightcliffe Hospice, and Spence’s HIV treatment would have improved enough for him to be no longer considered terminal.
Flanagan also said that Christopher Pike’s “Remember Me” would have been one of the stories in the next part. The story, which Flanagan called “one of my all-time favorite Pike books,” is about a teenage ghost who has been pushed off a balcony and is now trying to figure out who killed her.