Haunting of Hill House season 2 update: Creator talks about what will not be in the second season of the Netflix horror series


The Netflix series The Haunting of Hill House was one of the best critically acclaimed horror series to hit in years.

The series, based on the classic novel by Shirley Jackson that Stephen King called the greatest haunted house story of all-time was so well received that Netflix wants a second season.

The problem is that this series focused mostly on the family dynamic of the Crain children and their story has been told.

Who won’t be back for Haunting of Hill House season 2?

Mike Flanagan, the filmmaker who made The Haunting of Hill House for Netflix said he has some ideas about where he would like to take a second season of the show, but there is one caveat.

Cinema Blend reported that Flanagan said he does not want to see any of the Crain characters in the second season of the series — even in cameos.

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Flanagan said that if he makes a second season of The Haunting of Hill House, he wants to leave the Crain family where the first season left them and let the survivors go on with their lives.

Of course, the first season of The Haunting of Hill House on Netflix led the family back to the ominous estate to face the demons of their past.

But there might be some good news.

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What is next for Haunting of Hill House?

While The Haunting of Hill House was considered a huge success for Netflix and Mike Flanagan, it was not a really loyal adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s novel.

Instead, it took her novel and created something completely different while keeping the feeling of dread and terror that existed in her book.

That means that The Haunting of Hill House season 2 could be a more loyal adaptation — the one where the new owners of the house hire the paranormal investigator to come in and see if it is really haunted. That can easily be done without any of the Crain kids.

However, there is something that actor Oliver Jackson-Cohen (Luke) brought up in an interview with The Wrap.

Whenever the kids were taken into the Red Room without their knowledge, there was always something red in the room. For Luke in one scene, it was his sneakers, which were usually white but was red when he was in that room.

The Crain kids celebrated Luke’s two years of sobriety at the end in a flash forward of two years. His sobriety cake was red — making it seem like there was something that went terribly wrong for the family and the happy ending was not real after all.

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Could an investigator in The Haunting of Hill House season 2 find that the house is still haunted — but this time by an entire family that we mistakenly thought had a happy ending?

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