Netflix has finally released the second season of The Haunting of Hill House, and it’s just as good as the first! This article will go into detail about what to expect from Season 2, including cast members and release date.
The Haunting of Hill House is created by Mike Flanagan and has been renewed for a third season. The show follows Steven (played by Michiel Huisman), Shirley (Laurie Metcalf), and Theo as they grow up in the most famous haunted house in America, looking to understand why it’s forever held them close – even though they’ve moved away. Told from three perspectives and set almost two decades apart, the series explores the adult lives of these siblings who have only just now reunited after their father’s death, while also revisiting terrifying childhood events that continue to haunt them today.
Michiel Huisman as Steven Crain; Elizabeth Reaser as Olivia Crain; Carla Gugino as Olivia Crain
Carla Gugino, who played the supernatural villainess on “The Haunting of Hill House,” will be back for Season three.
My honest reviews on:
After viewing the first episode of this Netflix original, it is clear that “The Haunting of Hill House” was worth the wait. e visuals are stunning and enhanced by a haunting soundtrack – one that matches each scene so well you can’t help but feel unsettled throughout. is series will transport viewers to an eerie world where darkness spreads in every corner and puts out any light sources it encounters.”
What to Expect:
Season two stands up on its own as an excellent piece of television horror-genre entertainment with more than enough spine-tingles for anyone who loves being frightened. In fact, many fans consider season two better than last year’s ten episodes. However, if you’re looking for a quick, informative recap of the first season we recommend watching it before diving into this new batch.
If you are looking for an adrenaline rush or a horror movie thrill ride, “The Haunting on Hill House” does not deliver in that area. is series is more about psychological terror and suspenseful mystery than creating jump scares. But viewers who loved last year’s show will be delighted to find out what Laurie (Elizabeth Reaser) has been up to since she left her family behind at their home which was filled with ghosts – including some from her own past.”
Its story-line will hold you till the end:
e first season was about the Crain family and its tragic history. The kids would all be haunted by their pasts, but they were also trying to figure out who killed Nellie (Victoria Pedretti) in a bloody murder that took place many years before the series began. It’s revealed towards the end of season one that she died at her father’s hand after he discovered what she had been up to with his best friend Hilda (Carla Gugino). ere are not any ghosts for these characters in this new batch, which means it has nothing to do with them or their home. Therefore, if you’re just looking for some Halloween TV viewing – there is plenty to choose from.
second season, which is now streaming on Netflix, opens up with the death of Steven Crain (Michiel Huisman), who had committed suicide in his bedroom – even after all these years; he still felt guilty for what Nellie did to their family and himself. is leads us into some new characters this time around: a group of people that call themselves The Five Hill House Children are brought together by an online ad about “Trespassing” at Hill house, where they meet Doctor Marjorie Laudy (Mckenna Grace). They’re searching for answers too but not just because it’s haunted … more like why anyone would want to be there? It becomes clear that Hill House has a lot of secrets and they’re not going to give up so easily.
Metacafe’s The Haunting of Hill House is currently rated 100% by critics and users. e show has a perfect rating in terms of its Google page rank. This high ranking is due to its popularity among audiences, earning it an eight out of ten stars on IMDb with over 120 reviews submitted so far.
I really liked this season, but it’s probably the scariest one yet- which I mean in the best way possible – because we see more clear clues as to what is happening with these kids. ere are some references from Shirley Jackson’s book “The Haunting of Hill House,” especially if you read them before watching the show (or at least someone did). But when Nellie makes an appearance once again, she still doesn’t seem like much of a threat anymore now that Mrs. Dudley protects us via her guest house across the street; who could forget how creepy she was?