Mike Flanagan's Netflix horror-anthology series is getting a follow-up to the first season's The Haunting of Hill House, and Victoria Pedretti is going to be returning.

The actress is now confirmed to be leading the follow-up, The Haunting of Bly Manor, according to the streaming company.

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Pedretti is also currently set to appear in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and Apple’s Amazing Stories anthology series. This time around, Pedretti's set to portray a governess, Dani, who is looking after two unique children.

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Carla Gugino (Olivia Crain) has sparked speculation after teasing that she’d love to work with creator Mike Flanagan again.

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“Well, I can’t say anything definitive at this point, other than Mike and I really love collaborating and working together and any opportunity where a schedule allows for us to do that, we will, and I would be honored to,” Gugino told TheWrap.

The title suggests the series will be based on an 1890s horror story called The Turn of the Screw. The story involves a governess watching over two orphans following the death of their parents at Bly Manor. She begins seeing ghosts, and the situation gets sinister.

In case you haven't seen the first season of the series, check out the trailer in the player below.

The Haunting of Bly Manor premiering on Netflix sometime in 2020, though no exact release date has been revealed.

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