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The Haunting of The Hill House Season 2 : Release Date, Cast, Plot And Everything A Fan Should Know

The Haunting of The Hill House Season 2: It is an American supernatural anthology thriller series. As you can guess by the name, it comes mainly under the horror category. It is adapted from a famous novel by Shirley Jackson with the same name and is directed by Mike Flanagan. The Haunting of Hill House streams on Netflix. It is enlisted under the best horror drama series.

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The first season with 10 episodes released on October 12, 2018, and gained popularity from the very start. The plot and character development were highly appreciated by the audience. The second season will release soon! Yes, the second season is confirmed and the filming and production works are also complete. This season will be released with a different title that is “The Haunting of Bly Manor”. So now let us hear more about the upcoming season of The Haunting of The Hill House –

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Release:

The official release date for the second season is not yet announced. But since all the work for the season is already complete, we are expecting the network to drop the release dates soon. Thanks to the team for deciding to shoot before all things just shut down, and bigger thanks to Netflix for deciding to renew the series for the second part. So let us prepare ourselves for yet another spine shrilling season.

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The Haunting of The Hill House Season 2

Cast:

The web series is an anthology, so the story, cast, and everything would be different. So we would see an entirely new cast team for season 2 –

  • Victoria Pedretti as Dani
  • Henry Thomas
  • Oliver Jackson as Peter
  • Kate Siegel
  • Tania Miller
  • Rahul Kohli as Owen
  • Catherine Parker
  • Benjamin Evan Ainsworth
  • Amelie Smith
  • Amelia Ever

Plot:

The Haunting of Bly Manor is based on a novel written in 1898 namely ‘The turn of the screw’ by Henry James. This time all we can say is make sure you do not sit very close to the screens, because there is a high possibility that you will punch your screens when the “scariest” scenes scare every bit of you!

 

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