Midnight Mass release date, cast, synopsis, trailer and more

We finally have the release date and first trailer for Mike Flanagan’s next Netflix series, Midnight Mass! This is exciting news for fans of The Haunting of Hill House and The Haunting of Bly Manor, as Flanagan was the genius behind that series also.

Midnight Mass will be the fourth project that Flanagan has produced for Netflix. Bloody Disgusting reports that this project has ties to two of Flanagan’s other films, Hush and Gerald’s Game. In the movie Hush, Maggie Young wrote a book entitled Midnight Mass, and it later appeared in Gerald’s Game. 

Midnight Mass release date

Despite the COVID-19 related shutdowns across the country in 2020, Flanagan got creative and was able to proceed with the filming on Midnight Mass. We were initially expecting a release date around August 2021, given that would mark a year after the start of production. We also thought around October would be a good time because of the Halloween season.

Well, as confirmed today, Midnight Mass is hitting Netflix on September 24, 2021!

Midnight Mass cast

The Midnight Mass cast is excellent! Three cast members from The Haunting of Hill House will be returning for this series, Kate Siegel, Annabeth Gish, and Henry Thomas.

Joining the trio in Midnight Mass will also be Zach Gilford, Hamish Linklater, Michael Trucco, Samantha Sloyan, Rahul Abburi, Crystal Balint, and Matt Biedel.

Two actors from the film Doctor Sleep, which Flanagan also directed, Alex Esseo and Robert Longstreet, have also joined the cast.

Midnight Mass synopsis

There is still a lot we do not know about the series. Netflix shared a very brief synopsis for the series, and we shared that below!

A community experiences miraculous events and frightening omens after a mysterious priest’s arrival.

When this series was first announced, Flanagan stated that this project is very special to him.

Midnight Mass trailer

As of today, we now have a closer glimpse into the plot of the upcoming show, as Netflix has released the trailer! Check it out below and prepare to get scared. While it’s still tough to figure out what this show is all about, the video gives us better clues.

Keep up with us at Netflix Life for more news of Midnight Mass and all of Flanagan’s projects on the streaming service.

FanSided Entertainment contributed to this report.