I always throw the new release schedule up on my blog for Netflix. When I saw "The Haunting of Hill House" at the end of September when I was putting October up, I had a good feeling about it. I made Dave watch the trailer, and then I started binging the day it came out. Episode 8 made Jake and I scream SO loud. We definitely did not like how it ended, but the rest of it was so good, we liked it as a whole.
With all successful things, people want a season 2.
In an interview with EW, series creator and director Mike Flanagan said, "I don't want to speculate too much about season two until Netflix and Paramount and Amblin let us know if they want one. What I will say, though, is that as far as I've ever been concerned with this, the story of the Crain family is told. It's done," Flanagan said.
"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. We toyed with a cliffhanger ending and we toyed with other ideas, but ultimately, in the writers' room and with the cast and everything else, we really felt like the story demanded a certain kind of closure from us and we were happy to close the book on that family," he continued.
The Haunting of Hill House, which was based on the 1959 Shirley Jackson novel of the same name. Other shows that have done this aren't my favorites, but I'd still give it a chance.