observer It is one of the newest horror and thriller series to appear on Netflix, but if the contents of the genre often leave the time when they prove to be of poor quality, in this case, the producer created by Ryan Murphy was able to gain significant space Climb to the top of the rankingsSuddenly, the announcement everyone had been waiting for had already arrived. observer Will return for the second season…and fortunately who will say who watched the first batch of episodes!
We won’t go into spoiler perils explanations but for all intents and purposes Season 1 ended with no “finishing” and in doubt, and if you haven’t watched it, we recommend you stop here to read the news.
success success observer It came on the heels of another series written by Murphy, namely Jeffrey Dahmer’s storywhich in turn exploded onto the streaming platform giving Murphy and his co-star Ian Brennan, two blockbuster films available to stream simultaneously.
regarding observerSeries Climbed to the top of the Netflix charts after just one week on the platform, recording 125.01 million hours displayed in the English menu. The first season is still number two on the English language charts at the moment. But what is the subject of this horror and thriller series? Let’s find out thanks to the summary.
Dean (Bobby Cannavale) and Nora Brannock (Naomi Watts) have just bought their dream home in the idyllic residential area of Westfield, New Jersey, but after investing all their savings to close the deal, they quickly realize that the neighborhood is not at all welcome. For example, a devious old woman named Pearl (Mia Farrow) and her brother, Jasper (Terry Kinney), sneak into Brannock’s house and hide in a freight elevator. Then there’s Karen (Jennifer Coolidge), Nora’s estate agent and old acquaintance who makes them feel like they’re not really at home, and curious neighbors Mitch (Richard Kind) and Mo (Margo Martindale), who seem to not understand the concept of property boundaries. Their icy welcome quickly turns to hell when threatening messages from someone calling themselves the Observer begin to enter and frighten the hell out of the Brannocks, while sinister secrets of the neighborhood emerge.
The story is loosely inspired by the events that actually happened in 2014 and now everyone is wondering how the story will develop in this second season. We tell you right away that there are no details, so we’ll have to wait at least for a first trailer to get an idea, however, let’s prepare to wait at least a year from now. Meanwhile, Bella Bagjaria, Head of Global Television at Netflix, has released an official statement to celebrate the success of Murphy and Brennan’s series on the platform.
The audience can’t take their eyes off Monster and The Watcher. The creative team of Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan at Monster along with Eric Newman in The Watcher are masterful storytellers who have captured audiences around the world. The cascading strength of these two series is due to Ryan’s signature original voice creating cultural sensations and we’re thrilled to continue telling stories in the Monster and Watcher worlds.
At this point, we just have to leave you with the official trailer for Season 1 and recommend that you watch it if you haven’t already.