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Part Two: Opening Night 

When a friend's disappearance seems to be linked to Rachel's story, the Midnight Society decides to attend the Carnival of Doom. Is it the same carnival from her nightmares? And if so - how could that be possible?

Director:

Dean Israelite

Writers:

D.J. MacHale (based on series created by), Ned Kandel (based on series created by) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lyliana Wray ... Rachel Carpenter
Sam Ashe Arnold ... Gavin Coscarelli
Miya Cech ... Akiko Yamato
Jeremy Ray Taylor ... Graham Raimi
Tamara Smart ... Louise Fulci
Rafael Casal ... Mr. Tophat
Cardi Wong ... Officer Hideo Yamato
Michael Adamthwaite ... Bartholomew
Fiona Vroom ... Hannah
Forrest Rozitis ... Adam
Nadia Vanessa Rose Nadia Vanessa Rose ... Adam's Mother
Iris Truong Iris Truong ... Josie
Jeff Gulka ... Scary Clown #1
C. Ernst Harth ... Scary Clown #2
Eddie Flake ... Happy Husband
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When a friend's disappearance seems to be linked to Rachel's story, the Midnight Society decides to attend the Carnival of Doom. Is it the same carnival from her nightmares? And if so - how could that be possible?

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31 minutes into the episode when Akiko is running from the performers on stilts, there's a shot of someone wearing a Zeebo the Clown mask, center frame. Zeebo the Clown was original featured in the episode "Tale of the Crimson Clown," episode 12, season 3 of the original series. See more »

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Great second chapter to this awesome show
26 October 2019 | by cameronjames-86959See all my reviews

The first episode of this show left me alittle worried of where this show could go but now that I have seen the second episode there is nothing to worry about. The second episode improves everything started in the first episode and adds new things that work. The pacing is great, the cast is amazing once again, the acting is really good, the scares are great. The only thing I wish they would improve on is the parents acting it's so played out and stupid. Overall great second part and I can't wait to see how this show ends.


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18 October 2019 (USA) See more »

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