Hemlock Grove will be back on Netflix next year with a second season. We don’t know a whole lot in the way of details about where the story is going, but from the sound of it, we’re going to be surprised by what happens.
Executive Producer Eli Roth posted the following photo from a table read on Instagram, saying, “Read through was incredible! So many cool suprises this year.”
Hemlock Grove’s Joel de la Fuente recently posted this:
It’s been nearly two months since production designer Drew Boughton told us they were starting to set up production for Season 2.
The show picked up “seasoned showrunner” Charles H. Eglee of The Walking Dead, Dexter and The Shield fame as an executive producer. Season 2 will be shorter than the first at ten episodes, and will be released sometime in 2014.
“One was just a warm up for what we have in store for season two. Get ready to be scared in ways you never expected,” Roth said when the second season was announced.
Hemlock Grove was nominated for two Emmys – one for its theme song and another for its special effects.