Looks like it just struck midnight.
The Midnight Club–the most recent Mike Flanagan horror effort for Netflix–will not be renewed for a second season, according to a report on The Wrap.
The show–which debuted on the streamer Oct. 7–was intended to be a continuing series, and even ended on a cliffhanger. No word was given about any possible resolution of that ending in the future.
The 10-episode series–led by executive producers Flanagan, Leah Fong, Trevor Macy and Julia Bicknell–was adapted from the popular YA novels by Christopher Pike.
In the show, Brightcliffe Hospice is where a group of terminally ill teenagers “go to die,” according to the synopsis. These teens meet secretly at midnight to share horror stories and, one evening, they make a pact that “the first of them to die will make every effort to contact the others from beyond the grave.”
The club members are portrayed by Adia, Igby Rigney, Ruth Cobb, Will Chris Sumpter, Aya Furukawa, Annarah Shephard and Sauriyan Sapkota–with Heather Langenkamp (A Nightmare on Elm Street) playing the doctor in charge of the hospice.
Keep reading Horror News Network for any further updates on The Midnight Club on Netflix.