Netflix Now: Mike Flanagan and Netflix To Make The Midnight Club

Well, it's that time again where we finally have a piece of news that isn't about something getting delayed by Covid-19. Yep, it's news about a project being developed in Hollywood! Remember when those stories happened!?! Well, here's another one.

Director Mike Flanagan is set to adapt Christopher Pike's The Midnight Club as a Netflix original series alongside writer Leah Fong. The series is a part of Flanagan's overall production deal with Netflix. The project will bring the team that adapted the Netflix hit The Haunting of Hill House and the upcoming The Haunting of Bly Manor back together to make this happen.

First published in 1994, The Midnight Club is the story of a group of terminally ill teens at a hospice that get together at midnight to share scary stories. The group forms a pact that whichever one of them dies first will contact the others from beyond the grave. Sources say that series will also adapt other Pike stories within the series. 

The Midnight Club is not the only upcoming series from Flanagan's Netflix deal. The director also has a show called Midnight Mass that was shooting prior to the Covid-19 crisis and will resume once it is save to shoot again. Personally, I can't wait to see what more project Flanagan has in the Netflix pipeline.