This is a live-update article and it will be updated as new details about Goosebumps Season 2 come our way. This is what we know so far.
Disney Plus has served up a delightful mix of horror and comedy with its "Goosebumps" series, inspired by RL Stine's best-selling books. The show, a modern reimagining of the '90s hit, wrapped up its spine-chilling first season on November 17th. With a plot revolving around five teenagers solving a mysterious death, the series kept viewers glued to their screens. But can we expect more?
Though Disney Plus has yet to announce a renewal, the show's successful run and producer Conor Welch's enthusiasm suggest more eerie adventures could be in store. Welch envisions a long future for the show, backed by an extensive collection of source material from Stine's books.
Speaking to Comicbook.com, Welch said: "We lucked out so significantly with the cast that we were able to assemble for this show. These five relatively unknown young adult actors just immediately found a chemistry and were able to play into their very natural and organic dynamics they had within the group.
"Our hope is to follow this group of kids and adults for many, many more seasons and many, many more episodes to come. Because we do have every one of the books of the canon at our disposal, and there's just a lot more to dig into."
If greenlit, the timeline for "Goosebumps" Season 2 remains uncertain. The series, announced in 2020 and filmed from October 2022 to February 2023, premiered in October 2023. With production unions reaching agreements, a late 2024 release seems plausible if the show is quickly renewed.
The potential second season could see the return of the original cast, including Justin Long, Rachael Harris, Zack Morris, and others. The first season's focus on Harold Biddle's haunting mystery leaves room for new stories and scares. The show's adaptation of the "Goosebumps" books promises fresh takes on classic tales, possibly reintroducing iconic characters and plots.
"Goosebumps" has left a mark on its audience with its unique blend of horror and humor. While we await official news on Season 2, the show's successful first run and the wealth of source material give us plenty of reasons to hope for more spine-tingling adventures on Disney Plus.