'Light as a Feather': Hulu's latest teen-centric horror has fans asking for season 2 and the probability is highly likely

Hulu's 'Light as a Feather' has fans buzzing about the show and the warning given is that you won't be able to look away for five straight hours


                            'Light as a Feather': Hulu's latest teen-centric horror has fans asking for season 2 and the probability is highly likely

Hulu's new horror series, 'Light As A Feather,' has won hearts already with its Season 1 which premiered on October 12. The latest teen TV show which feels like a mix of 'Pretty Little Liars,' 'Riverdale,' and 'Final Destination,' has fans raving about Season 2. Even though no formal announcement has been made, there are high possibilities of the show getting a second season, because, let's face it, Hulu has given almost every original series a second shot, be it a hit like 'The Handmaid's Tale' or a less viewed show such as 'Freakish.'

The show is actually an adaptation from Zoe Aarsen's Wattpad novel titled 'Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board,' and a sequel to it is on Aarsen's Wattpad page titled 'Light as a Feather, Cold as Marble.' There is also the third book in this trilogy titled 'Light as a Feather, Silent as the Grave,' which means that the show may go on. Now that we know the three are already in store, and the possibilities of the writer writing more give much hope to the fans. The only hurdle? They have to wait for another year.



 

 



 



 

 

Reviews of this teen-centric show are pretty much positive as it is not as scary. The plot follows five teen girls who played the innocent game of 'Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board,' as they start dying off in the exact way that was predicted, forcing the survivors to figure out why they’re being targeted – and whether the evil force hunting them down is one of their own.

 

The show echoes a bit of the 1996’s 'The Craft,' (which also does not qualify for a scary paranormal film) especially with the 'Light as feather' game. The reason why the show is now appealing to many is because all of us may have, at some point or the other, played this game, but just not in the graveyard (or maybe we have). With an average episode length of about 25 minutes, this 10-episode series is a binge-worthy Halloween watch that does not scare the gut out of you like other October horror flicks releasing this month including 'The Haunting of Hill House,' which also premiered on October 12.