Netflix renews Locke & Key for second season – as fans go wild for horror’s ‘terrifying’ demon house – The Sun
NETFLIX has renewed the popular drama Locke and Key for a second series.
Fans have been going crazy for the terrifying "demon house" and now they will get to indulge in another gripping batch of episodes in the future.
The TV series, based on comic books written by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez, became a huge hit following the release of series one.
It's a been a roller-coaster of a journey for the comic to be be brought to life, as many film and TV adaptations had been in the works for over a decade, before Netflix finally took over plans originally set up by Hulu to bring it to the small screen.
Co-showrunners Carlton Cuse and Meredith Averill said in a statement on Monday: "We are thrilled to be continuing the journey of Locke & Key alongside all of our amazing collaborators."
"We are grateful to Netflix for all their support, especially at this difficult time, and look forward to bringing you the exciting next chapter of our story."
Fans were absolutely terrified by the supernatural horror, as the children battled against the demon in search of the mysterious keys throughout the Keyhouse home.
One fan tweeted: "#LockeAndKey got me too scared to look in the mirror."
"I'M SCARED #LockeAndKey", a second viewer exclaimed.
Another terrified fan wrote: "i hate when there's like a creepy noise and then it gets all quiet and dark– SOMEONE PLEASE HOLD MY HAND, IM SCARED #LockeAndKey."
Loose Women panelist Stacey Solomon was left terrified and unable to sleep after watching the Netflix horror – calling it "the creepiest series I've ever seen".
The 30-year-old sat down to watch the show with her mum but was left cowering under her covers in the darkness, desperate for her boyfriend Joe Swash to return.
She told her followers: "I couldn't stop watching it and now I've creeped myself out. I'm not going to lie to you, now I'm scared of locks, I'm scared of keys, I'm scared of doors. I'm scared of ice cream."
"I'm too scared to put the baby in his cot."
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