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Netflix's Midnight Mass Drops From The Makers Of The Haunting Of Hill House

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Netflix's Midnight Mass Drops From The Makers Of The Haunting Of Hill House

Horror fans, listen up! Netflix has just dropped a new spooky series titled Midnight Mass and it looks so terrifying.

Watch the trailer below:

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Midnight Mass arrives just in time for Halloween season and it's sure to please those who love anything scary.

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Set in an isolated island community, the residents of Crockett Island begin to experience weird supernatural events after the arrival of a mysterious priest, played by Hamish Linklater.

We meet the island’s residents as a disgraced young man named Riley (played by Zach Gilford) returns home.

All seven episodes were written or co-written, directed and executive produced by Mike Flanagan, the series also deals with questions around Catholicism as lots of strange and miraculous events unfold.

A charismatic priest impacts the community (Credit: Netflix)
A charismatic priest impacts the community (Credit: Netflix)
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Flanagan is the creator behind The Haunting of Hill House and The Haunting of Bly Manor.

In fact, the entire team behind the Haunting series’ are back, including executive producer Jeff Howard and producer Adam Fasullo.

Zach Gilford plays a man who returns to Crockett Island (Credit: Netflix)
Zach Gilford plays a man who returns to Crockett Island (Credit: Netflix)

Midnight Mass has quite a big cast, with Kate Siegel, Henry Thomas, Annabeth Gish, Rahul Kohli, Samantha Sloyan, Michael Trucco, Alex Essoe and Robert Longstreet playing the residents of Crockett Island.

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Fans of the Haunting series will love Midnight Mass. The Haunting of Hill House was loosely based on the 1959 novel of the same name by Shirley Jackson.

The series switched between two timelines, following five grown up siblings whose spooky paranormal experiences at Hill House continue to haunt them in the present day.

The ensemble cast included some of the same actors who are starring in Midnight Mass, as well as Oliver Jackson-Cohen.

Midnight Mass was originally announced in 2019 and was scheduled to begin production in March 2020, until the coronavirus shutdown delayed production indefinitely.

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Shooting finally began in August 2020 and wrapped four months later.

Midnight Mass is available to stream on Netflix now.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Netflix, TV And Film, Halloween

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