Mike Flanagan has put a bow on yet another horror-themed project–the Midnight Mass miniseries now set to premiere on Netflix.
Flanagan–who counts The Haunting of Hill House, Oculus, Hush, Doctor Sleep and Gerald’s Game among his genre hits–said this series has provided him with “the best production experience of my career,” according to Deadline.
Flanagan–who served as executive producer on the series along with Trevor Macy–said the shoot ran for 83 uninterrupted days despite the continuing pandemic, with Flanagan writing and directing all seven episodes.
“That’s a wrap on Midnight Mass,” the filmmaker tweeted this week. “It has been an extraordinary, unprecedented production, and I cannot be prouder of this amazing cast and crew.”
Flanagan noted that Midnight Mass has been “a dream project for many, many years. It is the most personal story I’ve ever told (and) the biggest and most ambitious project of my career thus far.”
Midnight Mass–which stars Zach Gilford (The Purge: Anarchy), Kate Siegel (The Haunting of Hill House) and Hamish Linklater (Legion)–deals with an isolated island community that experiences “miraculous events and frightening omens” after the arrival of a charismatic (but mysterious) young priest.
Keep reading Horror News Network for any further updates on Midnight Mass–including an exact premiere date on Netflix.