The Haunting of Bly Manor has officially wrapped filming in Vancouver according to director Mike Flanagan. While the show isn’t set to premiere on Netflix until later this year, the cast has been posting exciting photos of their time on set. They even shared what went down on wrap day!
Filming for season two of the show began back in October when Flanagan tweeted that the production of the series was already underway.
The horror show will stray from the original storyline that followed the Crane family, and is reportedly a retelling of the classic story The Turn of the Screw.
The second installment of The Haunting of Hill House franchise, according to EW, will bring back cast members Victoria Pedretti, Kate Siegel, Henry Thomas, Catherine Parker, and Oliver Jackson-Cohen.
Newcomers Ben Ainsworth, T’Nia Miller, Amelie Smith, and Rahul Kohli were also welcomed onto the second season.
Siegel started her journey on the newest season by posting a photo on her Instagram settling into her place in Vancouver, “Brought all my faves to Canada, eh? Here we goooooo @thehaunting - let’s play something spooky.”
Another original cast member, Jackson-Cohen, dedicated an entire Instagram story highlight to his time on-set of the horror show.
He shared photos of the script, selfies with co-star Pedretti, and even revealed that the floating “bowler hat man” may be making an appearance in the newest season.
The newcomers were anything but shy when it came to sharing their experience with Instagram.
Miller posted selfies that included fellow cast members Pedretti, and Kohli. She even captioned one with a clever quote she apparently stole from Kohli, “Come Bly with me!”
Kohli himself shared quite a bit about the production, especially the farewell. He first posted a photo with Smith showing the two of them in tears along with the caption, “GoodBly.”
He also shared a group picture of the entire cast partying just a day before he reported it was his last day on set, “Party till we Bly.”
His on-set Instagram journey concluded earlier in February when he posted a photo of the canvas from his set chair along with a model of Star Wars’ Millennium Falcon and captioned it, ”Chewie... we’re home.”
The Haunting of Bly Manor is set to hit Netflix in October 2020.