The wait is finally over and Haunting of Hillhouse Season 2: aka “Bly Manor” has arrived on Netflix! The first season was a hit with audiences, so the anticipation for this second instalment was high. Reviews are coming in, and it seems like the show’s creators have done it again. Bly Manor is back, but will you be able to survive? Keep reading for cast information and plot details straight from those who know best – the fans!
What is Season Two of Haunting of Hillhouse about?
In the second season, Bly Manor’s secrets are revealed through the eyes of new characters. The story follows a group of people who have come to know and love each other in this strange place over two years, as they deal with an increasingly hostile world outside their walls—and within them. There will be more spirits than ever before at Bly Manor!
Then there are those that don’t want you coming back… or staying for long (good luck!). And we dare not spoil what may lay ahead… but suffice it to say that things get worse from here. You can find out what happens next by joining us on Wednesday nights at 12:00 am ET/PT.
Who is in Season Two?
The cast of Haunting of Hillhouse, including Michiel Huisman as Steven Crane, Elizabeth Reaser as Shirley Crane, Oliver Jackson Cohen as Luke Murphy and Claire Coffee (Coffee) as Dr Luisa Estes is back for season two!
We will meet new characters played by Denis O’Hare (American Horror Story), Michael Emerson (Lost), Frances Conroy (Six Feet Under) and Madeleine Martin (“Stranger Things”). Several other actors from the first season will return to play different roles this year: Lulu Wilson returns to reprise her role; Emily Tremaine also joins the series again; Nicholas Galitzine plays a new character, and Brett Rice returns to play a different character.
What is Season Two about?
A twisted retelling of Shirley Jackson’s classic novel, The Haunting of Hill House, this Netflix original series focuses on four siblings who grew up in the most famous haunted house in America – but what secrets does it hold? Created by Mike Flanagan (Gerald’s Game), Haunting of Hill House explores family trauma as well as twin phobias: hauntings and co-dependence. This season we’ll find out how they came back together 25 years later after ending their last séance with a terrifying bang. And why did one sister come without her husband and daughter?
What is the first episode about?
The series starts with a new family moving into Hill House. We see two of the siblings, Steven and Shirley (Elizabeth) as kids just before they leave home to start making their own lives – but we know that something bad happened in that house because one sister comes back without her daughter or husband. The youngest child, Nellie (Paige), has strange powers which she doesn’t understand and can only use when she’s not scared; so it’s going to be up to Shirley – who never left home for anything other than work – to find out what really went on there all those years ago while protecting herself from whatever wants them. And then there are these visions…
What are people saying about it so far?
People have been embracing Haunting of Hillhouse Season two as a challenge to watch and review because they were hooked from the start! The show has an overall rating on IMDB of 91% which is fantastic considering critics’ reviews for season one ranged anywhere between 40% and 100%.
Haunting of Bly Manor: Reviews, Cast and Plot Details!
Haunting of Bly Manor is the second season in Haunting of Hillhouse’s story. The series stars Michiel Huisman, Elizabeth Reaser, Henry Thomas and Kate Siegel. People have been embracing Haunting of Hillhouse Season two. It was a challenge to watch and review because they were hooked from the start! The show has an overall rating on IMDB of 91% which is fantastic; considering critics’ reviews for season one ranged anywhere between 40% and 100%.
What are the reviews?
“Critics who were fans of Season One seem to really enjoy Haunting of Bly Manor. And have been giving it rave reviews. Reviews for this season range from praising; how well-acted, written and directed the show is with some even saying they loved how dark it was.”