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‘Into the Dark’ Anthology Series Renewed for Season 2 at Hulu

Twelve new episodes will be released on a monthly basis starting in October

Hulu has renewed its anthology series “Into the Dark” for a second season.

The horror event series, produced by Blumhouse TV, releases one feature-length installment a month, each inspired by a holiday featuring the “Blumhouse signature genre/thriller spin on the story.”

According to Hulu, 12 more episodes have been ordered, which will continue to release on a monthly basis starting in October.

The next episode, “Pure,” is set to release Sept. 6 and is inspired by the holiday “Daughter’s Day.”

Hulu’s description reads: “In this female coming-of-age horror story, several teen girls perform a secret ritual at a purity retreat and, when one of them begins to see a supernatural entity, the terrifying question emerges, what is more dangerous: the demon they’ve unleashed, or the pressure to conform to their fathers’ expectations.”

“Pure” will star “NOS4A2” actress Jahkara Smith, as well as McKaley Miller (“MA,” “Hart of Dixie”), Scott Porter (“Friday Night Lights,” “The Good Wife”), Annalisa Cochrane (“Cobra Kai,” “Heathers”), Ciara Bravo (“Wayne,” “The Long Dumb Road,” “To the Bone”), Jim Klock (“Wounds,” “Son of the South”) and T.C. Carter (“Blocks,” “Assassination Nation”).

The last episode, “School Spirit,” aired Aug. 2 and celebrated the first day of school. July’s installment was “Culture Shock,” was released July 4 and focused on Independence Day. Previous episodes include “They Come Knocking,” “All That We Destroy,” “I’m Just F-cking With You,” “Treehouse,” “Down,” “New Year, New You,” “Pooka!,” “Flesh and Blood,” and “The Body.”