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What TIME Midnight Mass Releases On Netflix | Screen Rant

Midnight Mass finally releases this Friday on Netflix, but what time will it be available for viewers? The new horror series is Mike Flanagan's third show on the streaming service; the previous two being The Haunting of Hill House in 2018 and The Haunting of Bly Manor in 2020. It's unclear if Flanagan and Netflix will make a third Haunting series, but after Bly Manor, he found himself in a position to bring his passion project, Midnight Mass, to life.

Ultimately, it's taken over a decade to develop Midnight Mass into a TV series. Flanagan wanted to make the show so bad that he included it as an Easter egg in Hush and Gerald's Game, and it's a story that he can relate to on a fundamental level, being a former altar boy and being 3 years sober (according to a letter sent to press). But while Flanagan has been waiting years for people to see this original story that he's cooked up, audiences themselves don't have to wait much longer.

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Midnight Mass appropriately releases at midnight on Friday, September 24, on Netflix - 12am PT, 3am ET, and 8am BST. All seven episodes will be available to stream at once, as is customary with all Netflix and most streaming releases across the board. Some viewers will be able to watch the first two episodes of Midnight Mass on Wednesday, September 22, as part of a virtual screening being hosted by Netflix, but unfortunately, all virtual seats have been claimed.

Since each episode of Midnight Mass is an hour or longer, it's unlikely viewers will be able to binge the entire thing in one sitting, especially if they start in the middle of the night if they live in North or South America, but audiences in most of Europe and west Asia should be able watch a few episodes during the day before heading to bed. Of course, if people want a pure Midnight Mass experience, they could certainly watch at midnight local time.

Regardless of when people watch Midnight Mass, it's a story that will likely captivate viewers everywhere. The suspense that builds throughout each episode, and the core mystery that keeps people guessing, will be the things that brings them back for more. Of course, given that this is a limited series and that Flanagan's previous shows ended at the end of season 1, it's unlikely there will be a Midnight Mass season 2, so if people are looking to cherish the experience, it's a show that can be taken somewhat slowly.

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