The Haunting of Hill House Season 2 will be released on Netflix this year and one of its stars has seen it and revealed it’s amazing.
The actor is question is Oliver Jackson who played one of the younger twins in the first season, Luke.
His twin, Nell, was played by Victoria Pedretti in the first season and she’ll also be back in the upcoming Season 2.
Also returning will be the show’s creator, Mike Flanagan.
He’s just directed Doctor Sleep, which didn’t do quite as well as Warner Bros. Pictures had hoped it would.
However, the movie proved yet again that Flanagan is one of the current masters of the horror genre.
That said, I still think the best thing he’s ever done was Gerald’s Game on Netflix.
As for The Haunting of Hill House Season 2, it’ll actually be called The Haunting of Bly Manor.
It’ll take place in a new location which new characters, yet most of the cast will be returning.
It’s a bit like what they did on American Horror Story, and I loved how they did that.
Each series was a new story but they used the same actors, and it was really successful as far I was concerned.
The Haunting of Hill House Season 2 will be better than Season 1
Anyway, Oliver Jackson was chatting to Collider about The Haunting of Hill House Season 2.
This was when he revealed how much better it was going to be than the first season.
I have to say, it’s quite strange. It was quite strange at the beginning going back because it’s Victoria Pedretti and I – we both played twins last year – and so we’re back together but we’re in Vancouver, we were in Atlanta last year, and it’s a completely different crew but it’s the same creator.
He then added his take on The Haunting of Hill House Season 2:
It was very very weird to start off with. It was strange because how do you kind of take a show that was that well received and that loved, how do you do a second version of it? And he’s sort of surpassed it. It’s quite amazing what he’s done with Bly.
It sounds like he’s a fan of what Flanagan, his cast and crew have done on The Haunting Of Bly Manor.
Now I really cannot wait to see it.
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