Good news for you scare seekers - filming has started for 'The Haunting of Bly Manor', the follow up to 'The Haunting of Hill House'.
Show creator Mike Flanagan shared a post to Twitter confirming it was the second day of production for the new season.
We don't know much about what's in store for season two yet, other than that it will be loosely based on the classic horror novel 'The Turn of the Shrew' by Henry James.
The book, written in 1898, follows the story of a governess who goes to Bly Manor to look after two recently orphaned children Miles and Flora, who were under the care of their uncle and had been looked after by housekeeper Mrs Grose.
Upon arriving though, the governess starts to see ghostly shadows and figures sneaking about the house. Big nope.
Victoria Pedretti, who played Nel Crain in 'The Haunting of Hill House', will star as the governess in the new season. Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Henry Thomas and Kate Siegel will all also be making a return as new characters.
We can expect the new season out next year, but we don't have a date yet unfortunately. Looking forward to some more creep-factor!