The teaser trailer for The Haunting Of Bly Manor is out and, by the looks of it, they weren’t kidding when they said it’s supposed to be scarier than Haunting of Hill House., thanks Netflix!
From the producers of The Haunting of Hill House comes a new ghost story.— Netflix (@netflix) August 31, 2020
The Haunting of Bly Manor premieres October 9 pic.twitter.com/flznbXLCvi
Creepy dolls lying around the basement of a very old, cold and deserted house somewhere in the wilderness and a strange child telling something sinister to ‘shush’ up behind her – these are just mild scenes from the teaser that spell HAUNTED in big bold letters.
The series, which is the second part of The Haunting series on Netflix is based on the classic novella called The Turn Of The Screw by Henry James, and stars Victoria Pedretti, Kate Siegel, Henry Thomas, Oliver Jackson-Cohen among other familiar faces who were seen in the first season of the show. Although they won’t be reprising the same characters.
Needless to say, the teaser alone has viewers both petrified and excited – because that’s what a good horror show does.
will be watching this in a dark room w the closet and bathroom open w my feet hanging off the bed https://t.co/qlJ4L5HtsO— TheLittleWetbackSaysBLM (@LittleWetback) August 31, 2020
When the little girl tells the ghost to shut the fuck up 😂 https://t.co/puflbNCOcW— Charlie (not my real name) (@CharliesTete) August 31, 2020
Can’t wait to stay up half the night utterly terrified after watching this instead of staying up half the night utterly terrified by *gestures at 2020* https://t.co/9AquRhBC5s— Amy Clarkin (@AmyClarkin) August 31, 2020
Ooh so excited for this (and maybe a little scared 😱) https://t.co/ChGftxVSgq— Clare Littlewood (@ClareLittlewoo1) August 31, 2020
Oh my Satan, I cant wait for this one, loved THOHH, that show literally bought me to tears, I literally legitimately cried sobbed my eyes out 😭😭😭 been looking forward to and waiting for THOBM for ages now, @netflix I am soooooo excited, can’t wait, need THOBM now please— CharlotteHarataMcCarthy (@Charlotte1234Mc) August 31, 2020
That little girl shushing the ghost at the end pic.twitter.com/u36VDgATXC— Chris (@thecherrieberry) August 31, 2020
The series is set to release on Netflix on October 9th.