Teaser Trailer For Mike Flanagan's Midnight Club On Netflix Arrives

Netflix Geeked Week has revealed the premiere date for the newest show from Midnight Mass and Hill House mastermind Mike Flanagan.

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We're ready for Mike Flanagan to take us on yet another super scary journey. The mastermind behind The Haunting of Hill House, the Haunting of Bly Manor, and, most recently, Midnight Mass is back. On the first day of Netflix's Geeked Week 2022, the teaser trailer for the upcoming The Midnight Club debuted, introducing us to a much younger cast than we're used to from Flanagan. You can check it out below.

The Midnight Club is set in a home for terminally ill children, and based on the technology in the trailer, the show is likely set in the 1980s. It focuses on a group of young adults who meet and swap scary stories every night at midnight.

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The Midnight Club is based on the 1994 Christopher Pike novel of the same name and stars Igby Rigney (Blue Bloods), William Chris Sumpter (Power), Aya Furukawa (The Cabin in the Woods), Adia (Danger Love Story), Annarah Cymone (Caged), Sauriyan Sapkota (Grey's Anatomy), Zach Gilford (Friday Night Lights), Samantha Sloyan (The Haunting of Hill House), and Matt Biedel (Narcos: Mexico). Heather Langenkamp, who starred in the original Nightmare on Elm Street, will play the "enigmatic doctor" that runs the home.

The Midnight Club premieres October 7 on Netflix. Make sure to keep up to date with the rest of our Geeked Week content.

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