Six teams compete through a series of physical and mental challenges as it narrows down to only one team given the privilege to enter a mysterious temple in order to retrieve an artifact ... See full summary »
Dee Bradley Baker,
A group of kids calling themselves "The Midnight Society" spends each episode sitting around a campfire swapping scary stories. Creepy, but never gory or excessively frightening, common subjects included haunted houses, what goes on behind the neighbor's walls, and other things that go bump in the night.Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <email@example.com>
When D.J. MacHale found out a new season was greenlit by Nickelodeon, he would ask his location scout to show him cool locations around Montreal, Canada between seasons, without any sort of story concept in mind. When he saw locations he liked, he would construct episode plots around specific locations so that he wouldn't have to concern himself with finding appropriate locations after scripts had been completed. See more »
[repeated line, after someone calls him a nutbag behind his back]
And by the way... I am *not* a nutbag!
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When I was a kid, I loved this show. It scared me all the time, and I probably lost a lot of sleep because of it, but it was worth it to see all of these stories told by regular kids. It sparked my love for horror. The absolute scariest episode for me was "The Night Shift" where vampires invade a hospital. I can still remember parts, and they still scare me. One of these days I'm going to start my own Midnight Society...in broad daylight...with soap operas...and cheese fondue. Pretty scary, huh?
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