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The Midnight Club (2022)

Drama | Mystery 
Popularity 14
Rayting:   6.9/10 5.1K votes
Country: Canada | USA
Language: English

The Midnight Club follows a group of eight terminally ill patients at Brightcliffe Hospice, who begin to gather together at midnight to share scary stories.

Episode Guide

Season 1

October 7, 2022Episode 10 Midnight
October 7, 2022Episode 8 Road to Nowhere
October 7, 2022Episode 7 Anya
October 7, 2022Episode 6 Witch
October 7, 2022Episode 5 See You Later
October 7, 2022Episode 4 Gimme a Kiss
October 7, 2022Episode 2 The Two Danas

Best The Midnight Club Episodes

Top 20 (Ranked)

October 7, 2022star8.5 295 votesS1E7 Anya
October 7, 2022star8.4 284 votesS1E8 Road to Nowhere
October 7, 2022star7.7 410 votesS1E3 The Wicked Heart
October 7, 2022star7.6 515 votesS1E2 The Two Danas
October 7, 2022star7.6 315 votesS1E5 See You Later
October 7, 2022star7.6 256 votesS1E6 Witch
October 7, 2022star7.5 709 votesS1E1 The Final Chapter
October 7, 2022star7.5 189 votesS1E9 The Eternal Enemy
October 7, 2022star7.2 209 votesS1E10 Midnight
October 7, 2022star7.1 359 votesS1E4 Gimme a Kiss

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User Reviews

iloveair 9 October 2022

bets10 giriş. Started off really intriguing and wanted to watch more but as I got past episode 5 I found it rather dull & boring and quite predictable.

Some of the stories were boring too and spent the last few eps on my phone.

I'm glad I watched it but it's not something I'd watch again. Not anywhere as near as good as Midnight Mass but still looking forward to Mikes new show The Fall of the House of Usher.

Shame really as it started off better than it ended but it was great to see Heather L from Nightmare on Elm Street but made me feel a little old!

I'd recommend watching it if you want something to casually view and not get engrossed in.

iloveair 9 October 2022

Started off really intriguing and wanted to watch more but as I got past episode 5 I found it rather dull & boring and quite predictable.

Some of the stories were boring too and spent the last few eps on my phone.

I'm glad I watched it but it's not something I'd watch again. Not anywhere as near as good as Midnight Mass but still looking forward to Mikes new show The Fall of the House of Usher.

Shame really as it started off better than it ended but it was great to see Heather L from Nightmare on Elm Street but made me feel a little old!

I'd recommend watching it if you want something to casually view and not get engrossed in.

sisubalan 11 October 2022

The Midnight Club watchseries. Growing up, huge fan of 'Are you afraid of the dark' and caught up with all of mike flnagan's netflix series like the haunting and midnight mass. Some amazing casts from the other series showed up. Heavy use on depressing darker tone which was understandable. Amazing storyline and gets better as it progressed. Touch on terminal illness, family/friend bonding, suicide, mental illness, lgbtq and etc. Few jump scare as always, not particularly scary but very emotional & compelling storyline that can relate to many. Great casts btw, some from other series, some new. Amazing sound scores. Some great dialogues, sometimes lame but its alright. Crappy graphics/cgi at some point. Many beautiful sceneries and great make up on the casts. The ending ruined it but still highly recommended.

JabezGill 9 October 2022

I get that this show is built around terminally ill young adults telling each other (spooky?) stories at midnight.

However, the whole *see them act out the story they're telling while they tell it* for thirty minutes got old really fast.

I completely fast forwarded through every story from episode 4 onwards.

The first two made sense with the plot. Well, the first story was scary and had the jump scares and fit the mood... the second story gave us background on what's going on with this mysterious house.

Everything after that has weird tonal changes that really throw off the suspense and spookiness of the show.

Literally 20-30 minutes of each episode is a show within a show that does nothing to advance the plot. We are just learning back stories. It feels like Mike Flanagan decided he still wanted long monologues but didn't want them to be as obvious and annoying as the ones in Midnight Mass.

To be honest, I'm highly disappointed in this show.

Hill House was a Masterpiece and set the bar high.

Bly Manor was a let down and full but had an interesting plot and was suspenseful/scary in a few parts.

Midnight Mass was a fun new take on Vampires and it was so well acted that it made up for the lack of scares and tiresome 10 minute single shot monologues.

This show, is somewhere between a supernatural drama and a CW teen drama. It just is tonally everywhere and simultaneously nowhere at once.

In the end you just feel like "eh I watched it..." but mostly you're waiting for the next episode to start. Is there going to be a season 2 or something? Either way... this turned out to be awful. I initially said 4.5-5 out of 10... but after the final episode it is a 2/10.

If he Flanagan screws up the fall of the house of Usher I will Never Watch anything else he is connected to.

For reference I would give Hill House 10/10 Bly Manor 4/10 Midnight Mass 6.5-7/10 The Midnight Club 2/10.

clairelouise5 9 October 2022

Despite the fact that I wasn't a fan of the actual book which felt gloomy and depressing, I thought the show could be quite decent. Started off okay and the concept had potential for good horror, but it just feels like here we go again- a bunch of teens. All a little bland- one massively irritating. The effect was so dull overall. There was no atmosphere at all. No horror. Boring dialogue. I heard the main character introduce herself about 10 times. We get it, your name is Ilonka. Apparently it's Hungarian. This didn't feel fresh or original. It does feel like another show that's trying to play on the retro teen thing of Stranger Things, by bringing back an old Christopher Pike YA horror. Maybe this is aimed at teens and I'm the wrong market? It's a no from me anyhow.

sslssg 9 October 2022

If you aren't familiar with Christopher Pike books, this won't be a hit for you. It's unfortunate that they tried to make it a teen horror, as Pike's books aren't scary. I'm not upset with the changes to The Midnight Club book, as there is no way they could have made a series from that. Again nothing scary. It was a book about dying teens who told each other stories at midnight. There was no over arching mystery involved. So the parts about the symbol and the patient who was cured are all new for this series.

What I do like about this is that there have been no good film adaptations of Pike's books. At least here were get snippets in the short stories the characters tell.

If you are looking for something more along the lines of Hill House or Midnight Mass, this isn't it. This is more like a more mature version of Are You Afraid of the Dark. For me, that's not a bad thing.

ikata-49417 8 October 2022

The writing is bland. The characters are cliché and dull. The "mystery" is not compelling. The acting is adequate but not inspiring. There is nothing here that persuades me to expend any of my limited entertainment time on this show. Maybe, if I was bored and had nothing else to do, I might run this in the background while I played a game or cleaned the bathroom, but this show did not capture my attention or interest. There is an entire generation of "writers" in entertainment who lack originality and creativity. Almost every show has the same boring exposition, meandering dialogue and pointless plots. It's all bland porridge.

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