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How Netflix’s The Midnight Club Varies From the Book

Similar To he did with The Haunting of Hill Home, Mike Flanagan has actually made some innovative modifications for the television adaption of Christopher Pike‘s 1994 unique The Midnight Club.

And the stars of Netflix’s newest horror tale, out Oct. 7, are delighted he did. Aya Furukawa—who you might acknowledge from the Baby-Sitters Club reboot—validated to E! News that her character Natsuki, Sauriyan Sapkota‘s character Amesh and Adia‘s Cheri didn’t “really exist in the initial book.”

However Aya teased that the brand-new characters weren’t the only modifications fans of the book can anticipate, including that “the program itself broadens a lot more beyond the book.”

Now, prior to you get too worried about this adjustment, Aya ensured E! News that Netflix’s Midnight Club keeps “the stability of the stories” at the heart of the book.

Iman Benson, who plays the main character Ilonka, revealed a comparable belief. Initially, she praised the variety in Mike’s adjustment, informing E! News, “A primary distinction with Ilonka is that in the book she’s referred to as Polish. And I’m, for sure, not Polish, which I believe is a fantastic thing that we have such a varied cast. We get to reveal that terminally ill kids look varied like us.”

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