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Lost In Space Season 3 Release Date, Cast, Plot, How Crain’s Family Return?

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Based on Shirley Jackson’s 1959 novel of the same name, Netflix’s 10-episode adaptation The Haunting of Hill House follows the Crain family as they move into their new home. Trust me, and the first season is spine chilling. If you haven’t watched it yet, it’s streaming on Netflix. The show, which landed out of nowhere, was a smash hit and landed on most people’s best shows of 2018 lists.

When Can We Expect The Next Installment Of The Series?

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The Haunting of Hill House season one hit Netflix last October, so we would expect the new chapter to arrive around the same time. So fans of the horror drama can expect the next season to hit the screen in October 2020. It’s the spooky season, after all.

The Haunting of Hill House Season 2 Cast: Who’s In It?

It wasn’t clear whether The Haunting of Bly Manor would bring back any original cast members from season one. However, we’ve since learned that future instalments will function in a similar way to American Horror Story, recasting established actors in new roles each season.

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Season one are set to return, including Victoria Pedretti (Nell Crain), Oliver Jackson-Cohen (Luke Crain), Henry Thomas (Hugh Crain) and Catherine Parker (Poppy Hill).

Few new cast members, such as T’Nia Miller, Amelia Eve, Benjamin Ainsworth and iZombie star Rahul Kohli.

What Will Be The Plot For Season Three

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Speaking to Entertainment Weekly about the future of the show, creator Mike Flanagan said: “The story of the Crain family is told. It’s done. I think that there are all sorts of different directions we could go in, with the house or with something completely different. I love the idea of an anthology as well.

“But to me, I felt like the Crains have been through enough, and we left them exactly as we all wanted to remember them, those of us who worked on it.

“The show is about haunted places and haunted people, as Steve says,” added Flanagan. “And there’s no shortage of either. So, there’s any number of things we could do, in or out of Hill House.”

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