The Midnight Club: Haunting Duo Announces Christopher Pike Adapt Cast

Mike Flanagan and Trevor Macy (Netflix's "Haunting" franchise) have announced the official club roster for the streaming service's upcoming adaptation of Christopher Pike's 1994 novel The Midnight Club (and other Pike stories). Co-adapted by Flanagan and Leah Fong (Once Upon a Time), and executive produced by Flanagan, Fong, and Julia Bicknell, as well as Macy via Intrepid Pictures, the series welcomes Adia, Igby Rigney, Ruth Codd, William Chris Sumpter, Aya Furukawa, Annarah Shephard, and Sauriyan Sapkota to the cast. In addition, Zach Gilford, Samantha Sloyan, and Matt Biedel are set for supporting roles- with Heather Langenkamp ("Nightmare on Elm Street" franchise) joining as the enigmatic doctor who runs the hospice. "Anchoring the show as the enigmatic doctor who runs this hospice for young adults, I'm honored to welcome Heather Langenkamp," wrote Flanagan in his tweet announcing the cast. "To horror fans like myself, Heather is royalty, and I am so excited to work with her." Elan Gale, James Flanagan, and Chinaka Hodge are also on board to write for the series.

The Midnight Club announced its cast. (Image: Netflix)
The Midnight Club announced its cast. (Image: Netflix)

First published in 1994 by Simon Pulse, The Midnight Club follows a group of patients who gather together to share scary stories at midnight that goes far beyond mere storytelling:

The Midnight Club is coming to Netflix, courtesy Simon & Schuster.
The Midnight Club is coming to Netflix, courtesy Simon & Schuster.

Rotterdam Home, a hospice where teenagers with terminal illnesses went to die, was home to the Midnight Club: a group of five young men and women who met at midnight and told stories of intrigue and horror. One night they made a pact that the first of them to die would make every effort to contact the others from beyond the grave.

Here's a look at Flanagan's announcement Twitter thread, starting below:

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