Mike Flanagan has made a name for himself at Netflix with a cadre of prestigious horror limited series--from The Haunting of Hill House to Midnight Mass.
He seems to have perfected the art of telling a 10-episode story that wraps up (however bleakly) the arcs of every character involved.
So, it may come as a surprise to learn that his latest, The Midnight Club, is actually designed to be anything but. This new show is, pending renewal by Netflix which Flanagan says is still up in the air, designed to continue. «This was designed to be ongoing,» Flanagan confirmed to a group of journalists at Netflix's offices in New York City. «I don't know if it will.
We'll see how it goes, and we probably won't know for another month or so what Netflix wants to do, but this was very much designed to continue. [Christopher] Pike has 80 books, so we have a lot of incredible material to pull from.» Flanagan's long-time production partner, Trevor Macy, then confirmed that they've got a couple ideas already in the works for Season 2--but declined to share because he doesn't want to jinx the potential opportunity to get to actually do them.Read more on gamespot.com