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    "The Haunting Of Hill House" Team Has A Brand-New Netflix Show, And The First Trailer Looks Perfect

    Kate Siegel, Rahul Kohli, Henry Thomas, and so many more are in this show.

    Listen, it wouldn't be fall without a new Mike Flanagan series, which is why I am so incredibly excited for Netflix's Midnight Mass.

    Illustrated promotional photo for Midnight Mass with the premiere date: 24 September
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    Created by Mike Flanagan, the mind behind The Haunting of Hill House and Bly Manor, this new series follows a small, isolated island community called Crockett Island.

    Two people walking through town with the caption 'Welcome home, honey
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    Midnight Mass kicks off when a disgraced young man named Riley returns to town at the same time as a charismatic priest. Soon, the existing divisions within the town are amplified as unexplained and seemingly miraculous events begin to occur.

    The priest speaking to the congregation and saying Just know that i'm only here to help
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    And if you're a Mike Flanagan fan like me, you might recall that Crockett Island and Midnight Mass were featured in his movies Hush and Gerald's Game.

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    In Hush, we find out that Maddie wrote a book called Midnight Mass, and the back of the book mentions Crockett. Meanwhile, the book also makes a cameo in Gerald's Game.

    Anyway, Netflix just released the highly anticipated trailer for the new series, and I can't stop talking about it.

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    Not only do we get a glimpse at Crockett Island, but we also see the incredible cast that will bring this story to life.

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    First, Kate Siegel, who you probably know as Theo from Hill House, Viola from Bly Manor, and/or Maddie from Hush, stars as Erin Greene.

    Kate's character screaming while on a boat
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    Then, we've got Henry Thomas, Annabeth Gish, Rahul Kohli, Robert Longstreet, and Samantha Sloyan starring as residents of Crockett Island, thus making this show filled to the brim with Hill House and Bly Manor fan favorites.

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    Michael Trucco, who starred alongside Kate in Hush, is also in the cast, so yes, I will be yelling about this cast forever.

    And we've got some newcomers to the Mike Flanagan cinematic universe, including Zach Gilford and Hamish Linklater, who play Riley and the priest, respectively.

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    Rahul Abburi, Crystal Balint, Matt Biedel, Alex Essoe, Annarah Cymone, Kristin Lehman, and Igby Rigney also round out the cast.

    It looks like we are in for one spooky ride, and I'm just so excited to be able to flail about this show soon.

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    Midnight Mass hits Netflix on Sept. 24.