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Netflix Renews Locke & Key for Second Season

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Netflix Renews Locke & Key for Second Season

The supernatural horror series to return for a second season on Netflix.

Netflix has adapted various IDW titles for their streaming service including V Wars and October Faction. The highest profile and most anticipated of the bunch, Locke & Key, was released early last month. The release of the first season was so successful that more episodes of the supernatural horror series have been ordered.

This morning the streaming giant officially announced that Locke & Key would be returning for a second season. The story, originally created by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez, follows three young siblings who move to their ancestral home after tragedy strikes the family. While there, they discover mysterious keys that unlock different doors in their house in enchanted ways.

To celebrate the news, a brief video was posted on the official Locke & Key twitter page. Are you ready to unlock more secrets of Keyhouse?

https://twitter.com/i/status/1244640530018885634

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