‘Locke & Key’ has even more keys to uncover for season 2
Netflix’s supernatural thriller Locke & Key might have shut the door on season 1, but it looks like it’s not the end of the story. The streaming service officially announced the series is returning for a season 2 Monday.
Based on the comic series of the same name by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez, the story follows the Locke siblings as they’re uprooted from their hometown after a tragic incident. Starring Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones and Jackson Robert Scott (Georgie from It), the trio must navigate a weird new home called Keyhouse where nothing is quite as it seems.
The first 10-episode season left viewers on quite a twisted cliffhanger, and we’ll all going to get some answers soon.
Making reference to a hilarious moment from Scott’s character Bode and the meaning of Aloha, the official Twitter account for the series shared, “more keys, more demons, more aloha ?Locke & Key is officially returning for season two!!”
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In the new Netflix series Locke & Key, My Chemical Romance fans believe an alternate version of the band’s name is featured on a poster as My Mild Romance.
This wouldn’t be the first time MCR has been featured in a Netflix series. The first time we noticed was in the first season of The Umbrella Academy, which is based on the comic book of the same name written by frontman Gerard Way.
Now, Reddit user Tau_the_kid posted revealing that there is a possible MCR reference in another Netflix original.
In the post, they uploaded an image of the poster the reads “My Mild Romance” with flowers flowing underneath the words. The poster can be seen in the 6th episode of Locke & Key around the nine-minute mark.
The show also names a myriad of cover bands such as Cover Band of Horses (Band Of Horses,) Nerdvana (Nirvana,) the Novemberists (the Decemberists) and Dead Lyft for Cutie (Death Cab for Cutie.) So, it would make a lot of sense if MY Mild Romance was a tribute to My Chemical Romance. See the possible Easter egg here.