Some people are already thinking about a second season of The Midnight Club, even though the first season just came out. The season finale broke the Guinness World Record for the most jump scares in a single episode.
Spine-tingling Netflix shows are not meant to be watched all at once, but it’s so tempting to do so. Strong! So, if you’ve already watched all of Mike Flanagan’s newest series, The Midnight Club, which is based on Christopher Pike’s 1994 young adult book of the same name and you’re ready for more, don’t worry. Here’s everything we know about the second season of The Midnight Club.
The Midnight Club Season 2 Release Date
Netflix cancelled the show in December 2022, so there won’t be a second season of The Midnight Club. It’s too bad because there were plans to keep the show going forever.
“This was meant to be an ongoing series,” co-creator Mike Flanagan said at a press conference that Teen Vogue attended. I’m not sure if it will or not. We’ll see how things go, but this was definitely meant to go on. Pike has written 80 books, so we have a lot of great stuff to choose from.
The first season of The Midnight Club took about 18 months to make, from the time production began until it came out. This means that if a new season is confirmed by the end of the year and production starts in early 2023, we can expect a second season of The Midnight Club by the middle of 2024.
Who Could Be in the Cast of The Midnight Club Season 2?
Even though Anya (Ruth Codd), who died in season 1, probably won’t come back, the rest of the titular Club probably will. However, since their conditions are getting worse, we might have to say goodbye to more people before a possible season 2. So, here’s what we think will happen…
The Midnight Club season 2 cast speculation
- Heather Langenkamp as Dr. Georgina Stanton
- Ilonka as Iman Benson
- Igby Rigney as Kevin
- William Chris Sumpter as Spencer
- Adia as Cheri
- Sauriyan Sapkota as Amesh
- Aya Furukawa as Natsuki
- Zach Gilford as Mark
- Samantha Sloyan as Shasta
- Matt Biedel as Tim Pawluk
What will happen in The Midnight Club Season 2?
Since the end of season 1 showed that Dr. Georgina Stanton might not be as kind as we thought, season 2 of The Midnight Club is likely to learn more about her past.
In the last scene, we see her in her room, where it turns out that her hair has been a wig the whole time. The wig was hiding an hourglass tattoo on the back of her neck, which was the sign of a now-defunct death cult called the Paragon.
The twist makes it seem like Dr. Georgina Stanton is actually the daughter of Regina Ballard, the founder of Paragon, who we had only known as Athena up until now. In 1940, she left the Paragon and told the police about them after her mother poisoned 12 members of the group as part of a ritual meant to make her live longer.
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It’s possible that the long life she wanted for herself was passed on to her daughter, who is now known as Dr. Stanton. This would explain why she looks younger than her year of birth says she should (1924).
Why did she really come back to Brightcliffe so many years later? Does she still secretly believe in the magic of the Paragon? These are the things we want to know. If there was a second season, we might also find out more about the industrialists Stanley and Vera Freelan, who might be the old ghosts that Ilonka and Kevin have been seeing.
Is there any Trailer for The Midnight Club Season 2?
Not at this time! Since the show hasn’t been renewed yet, we don’t expect to see new footage any time soon, but we’ll keep this page up to date if anything new comes out.