Netflix Release Teaser Trailer For The Haunting Of Bly Manor


After a long time of waiting, audiences are finally getting their first taste of Mike Flanagan's upcoming horror miniseries The Haunting of Bly Manor, the followup to The Haunting of Hill House.

'And very much unlike the first season, they're actually going to be explained'.

What she doesn't notice, is the doll behind her eerily coming to life.

Victoria Pedretti, who played Nell in Hill House, takes the lead as the tutor who arrives at a stately manor to look after the Wingrave children.

You can expect to be creeped out on October 9, when The Haunting of Bly Manor starts streaming on Netflix.

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Flanagan also said that Bly Manor will deal with smaller-scale horrors than its predecessor, which dealt primarily with intergenerational family trauma.

Set to begin streaming just in time for Halloween, The Haunting of Bly Manor has been described as being loosely based on the works of Henry James - namely James' notoriously slippery novella The turn of the screw, written in 1898 and analyzed to this day. "A ghost story." Then we get a haunting tune sung by children with chilling voices as we see a montage of suspense-inducing scenes and unnerving imagery. She moves into Bly Manor to care for them but soon learns that not everything is as it appears at the residence.

For example, Victoria Pedretti, Henry Thomas, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Kate Siegel, and Catherine Parker are all returning for the new series but they'll be playing new characters. Numerous actors starred in "Hill House", only this time they will be playing new characters.

Newcomers include Tahirah Sharif (A Christmas Prince), Amelia Eve (Enterprice), and Rahul Kohli (iZombie).