‘Haunting Of Hill House’ Creator Adapting “The Midnight Club” For Netflix

May 10, 2020

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The team behind Netflix’s hit series “The Haunting of Hill House” is now set to adapt the Christopher Pike novel “The Midnight Club” for the streaming giant, according to Variety.

Originally published back in 1994, the story is set at Rotterdam Home, a hospice for terminally ill teens. A group of patients begins to gather at midnights to share scary stories.  Eventually, they make a pact that whichever kid dies first they will contact the others from beyond the grave.

Mike Flanagan, who brought us “Haunting of Hill House” and will deliver its sequel “The Haunting of Bly Manor” later this year, also serves as the creator for the adaptation along with Leah Fong. Flanagan will executive produce under the Intrepid Pictures banner along with Trevor Macy. Fong will also executive produce.


Flanagan is also behind many incredible films, including the adaptation of Doctor Sleep, Stephen King’s sequel to The Shining, as well as King’s Gerald’s Game, Oculus, and the 2016 hit Hush.

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