Haunted Season 3: Netflix Release Date Announced, Watch Trailer
Haunted Season 3 Netflix Release Date

Haunted Season 3: The next season of paranormal docu-drama series Hauted will arrive on Netflix in May.

Netflix horror docu series Haunted focuses on horror stories in which individuals or groups of people talk about their paranormal experience. After two successful seasons, the horror series is returning for its third season on Netflix. Here’s is everything you need to know about Haunted season 3.

Do we have a trailer?

Yes, Netflix dropped the trailer in April 2021. The trailer is scary and features people talking about their paranormal and horror experience much like last two seasons. If you are a fan of horror or haunted movies, this season showcases real life stories of such events.

The official trailer description reads, “A menacing mansion. A haunting melody. A demonic cat. More real people share scary stories from their past — and the truth is terrifying.”

Watch the trailer here and feel it.

How many episodes are there is Haunted season three?

The last two season of Haunted released in 2018 and 2019 respectively had six episodes each of 18 to 30 minutes. Like the last two seasons, season 3 will consist of six episodes that are about 30 minutes long.

Haunted Season 3 Release Date

The first season of Haunted premiered during the Halloween season, on October 19, 2018. The second season too started streaming on Netflix around the spooky season, on October 11, 2019.

Netflix was planning to bring the third season during the Halloween 2020 but it got delayed due to the pandemic. No, Haunted season 3 won’t be part of Netflix’s Halloween offerings. It will release on May 14, 2021.

More details about the show

The haunted-horror series is directed by Jan Pavlacky. Netflix claims that the people features in the series are real and shares their real life paranormal experience. However, many people searching for any reference, or news story relating to these events, found no evidence support it, leading many to question the show’s “true story” claims.