Following the news that Mike Flanagan and Trevor Macy were leaving Netflix for Amazon, it was announced that The Midnight Club has officially been canceled at Netflix. The series, which was an adaptation of Christopher Pike‘s book of the same name, focused on a group of teenagers living at a hospice facility who formed the Midnight Club to share spooky stories with one another.
The show, which debuted in October, was heavily promoted by Netflix, and even had a massive panel at New York Comic Con, where Netflix shared the first episode with audience members ahead of its release. Flanagan went on record to say that the show had been developed as a multi-season series, noting that there was still plenty left to use from Pike’s books. He also revealed that, should the series be canceled, he would share the plans for the show’s future on Twitter.
The Midnight Club starred Iman Benson, Igby Rigney, Ruth Codd, Annarah Cymone, Sauriyan Sapkota, Adia, Aya Furukawa and William Chris Sumpter. All 10 episodes are now streaming on Netflix.