Midnight Mass: Season 1

Midnight Mass: Season 1

Midnight Mass: Season 1

Mike Flanagan (The Haunting of Hill House) heads this horror series set on an isolated island. With the arrival of a mysterious young priest, a community experiences miraculous events and frightening omens.

2021USANetflix
HorrorMystery

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
24 September 2021

Book I: Genesis

Riley Flynn returns home to family dysfunction, familiar faces and a new priest at St. Patrick's. Elsewhere on the island, a dark storm is brewing.

EPISODE 1.2
24 September 2021

Book II: Psalms

An unsettling omen washes ashore in the wake of the storm. Later, when the locals gather for a potluck, tragedy strikes — and a miracle occurs.

EPISODE 1.3
24 September 2021

Book III: Proverbs

Miraculous times leave residents stunned as Leeza pays Joe an important visit. A shocking confession reveals what really happened to Monsignor Pruitt.

EPISODE 1.4
24 September 2021

Book IV: Lamentations

Erin turns to Riley after receiving upsetting news. Father Paul starts experiencing disturbing side effects. Bev makes a startling discovery.

EPISODE 1.5
24 September 2021

Book V: Gospel

Sheriff Shabazz fields multiple missing persons reports as the town prepares to gather for Good Friday. To protect Erin, Riley brings the truth to light.

EPISODE 1.6
24 September 2021

Book VI: Acts of the Apostles

A fervent Bev calls for faith on the night of Easter vigil. Sarah reveals the results of a troubling experiment — along with a sobering hypothesis.

EPISODE 1.7
24 September 2021

Book VII: Revelation

Night falls on Crockett Island as a tight-knit group of rebels take refuge where they can and forge a plan to control the chaos.

Midnight Mass: Season 1 / Reviews

Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Heady material and an interesting new take on an old concept.

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IGN

IGN

Filled with compelling characters and plenty of frights of both the supernatural and human varieties.

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Variety

Variety

Though it engages with potent ideas, the ultimate impact of Midnight Mass is softened by a lack of follow-through.

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Time Magazine

Time Magazine

Flanagan's shows are like islands in a storm-not always the cleanest or most elegant on the surface, but hearty, solid refuges nonetheless. And Midnight Mass is his best one yet.

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Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

There will be screams, yes. There will be blood. But not before Midnight Mass has seduced its audience into caring about what happens.

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