Locke and Key fans will be happy to know that the series is not ending any time soon. Netflix recently announced that the show would be returning for a third season after the second season releases in 2021. The first season of the show debuted on the streaming platform in February and became one of the most-watched series of the year.
Locke and Key is based on a comic book series of the same name, created by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez. The story in the show follows the Locke family who moves from Seattle to their family home in Massachusetts after the patriarch Rendell is murdered.
The three children, Tyler, Kinsey and Bode, along with their mother, Nina, discover a set of magical keys that can open different doors in the old house and unlock a vast array of powers in them. Unknown to them, a demonic entity is also looking for the keys.
Netflix renewed the series for a second season in March, soon after the ten-episode first season. Like most other shows, the production for the second season of Locke and Key was affected due to the coronavirus pandemic. Although no official date for the premiere has been announced, we know some details about the second season. Actor Brendan Hines has signed up to play a charismatic history teacher in Matheson Academy, the school the siblings attend.
Locke and Key stars Darby Stanchfield, Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones, Jackson Robert Scott, Petrice Jones, Laysla De Oliveira, and Griffin Gluck.
Check out the tweet by Netflix announcing the renewal of the show:
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About Locke and Key
Locke and Key is a supernatural horror drama on Netflix, which follows three siblings, Tyler, Kinsey and Bode, who discover a set of keys that unlocks various doors and magical abilities in their ancestral home in Massachusetts.