The Ending of Haunting of Bly Manor Explained (Full Season Breakdown) SPOILERS

12 okt 2020
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But what do the dolls mean?! Now you’ve finished The Haunting of Bly Manor, it’s time to untangle the horror and learn what it all really means - including THAT ending. ⚠️ Spoilers ahead ⚠️
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The Haunting of Bly Manor Ending Explained (Full Season Breakdown) SPOILERS
Dead doesn't mean gone. An au pair plunges into an abyss of chilling secrets in this gothic romance from the creator of "The Haunting of Hill House".

  • *Please produce other seasons*

    Madame bijouMadame bijou11 klukkustundum síðan
  • Near the end when Dani gets in Jamie's car, she's got 1 dark coloured eye and the other is blue. I figure the dark coloured eye represents Viola. Why is this not adressed? Also, why do Rebecca and Peter disappear- rightly so as they are dead and now released- but Miles is alive again? Rebecca confirms to Dani that her and Flora have fooled Peter but that its too late for Miles. And shouldn't Owen also be dead if he's communicating with Hannah all the time? And Henry's been long dead or else he wouldn't be haunted by the double of him. Lots of plotholes. And why don't we see Perdita's ghost after she's murdered by Viola? It was an okay series to watch but glad there won't be a sequel.

    sashaamsterdamsashaamsterdam16 klukkustundum síðan
  • "And are you ever going to recover from that final shot of the hand." Me: hahaha, of course OF COURSE NOT WHAT THE HELL

    Figgi PatiñoFiggi PatiñoDegi Síðan síðan
  • Thanks, I needed closure

    Ileana PerezIleana PerezDegi Síðan síðan
  • Both seasons seemed so much scarier than they actually were. Instead the endings were just beautiful masterpieces about true love and the love of family. They were both perfectly splendid and the rest is confetti.

    joshua van heerden 8Ejoshua van heerden 8EDegi Síðan síðan
  • Do one for Haunting of Hill House please

    Beatrice RoyBeatrice RoyDegi Síðan síðan
  • 07:13 Honestly I think it has more to do with the evident abuse he suffered, and that moment when he saw his mother for what in his heart of hearts she must be, a user as bad as his father. I think Peter is, as you put it, a poisoned well. I think he knows it, on some level, and loathes in loving, unforgiving horror/hatred the mother who helped poison him. Does excuse his actions. But it does explain them. Interesting how you reject Jaime's version of events, that Dani walks the halls of Bly now, but harmless.

    David MacDowell BlueDavid MacDowell BlueDegi Síðan síðan
  • I cried so much!

    Rita SilvaRita SilvaDegi Síðan síðan
  • This was the worst romantic comedy i had seen in a while.

    MrLordbubasithMrLordbubasithDegi Síðan síðan
  • Over all I thought this was better story then hill house, but nothing sent a cold chill down my spine like when find out about the bent neck lady, when she keeps falling, but after that hill house went a little down hill. This is gets better and better till the end.

    stephen Gallagherstephen GallagherDegi Síðan síðan
  • Ending is so sad

    Jayant CallaJayant CallaDegi Síðan síðan
  • Man I cried hearing Rebecca sob seeing her body 💔 I loved Hannah and cried when Owen seen her body in the well 🥺 I absolutely loved Bly Manor and Hill House, I hope they add more seasons to Bly 🙏🏽

    Cece K.Cece K.2 dögum síðan
  • brb just gonna go cry over dani and jamie again

    Sara WolstenholmeSara Wolstenholme2 dögum síðan
  • Just finished binging the show and I'm absolutely in love with it!! I personally think the most powerful moments were 1) acting in the Rebecca's death scene, 2) the whole of Hannah's episode literally gave me chills, 3) last episode's Dani and Jamie.. Wish the show ended on a more positive note but ah well. Still, the cast and crew did an amazing job!!

    주루주루주루주루2 dögum síðan
  • Was soo impressed with this amazing story touched my soul.. was so sad and the story was beautiful ..well done .. I soo enjoyed it xxxx

    Michelle whiteMichelle white2 dögum síðan
  • *how many times did you guys count the ghosts in the backgrounds this time? It was a fun game the first time :)*

    Avonna&KevinAvonna&Kevin2 dögum síðan
  • The problem with this it is uninteresting, slow, badly accented, poorly written and overall a damn shame. That’s not a comparison. It’s just a fact. 🥱👎

    K LoveandpeaceK Loveandpeace2 dögum síðan
  • Why not explain why the series SUCKED in comparison to Hill House.

    SneezedOnByMallsSneezedOnByMalls2 dögum síðan
  • while it was certainly chilling at times i liked that it wasn’t as horror focused this season, the emotional relationships were much more important than jumps scares. mike flanagan did it once again👏🏽👏🏽

    alanna sommer-smithalanna sommer-smith2 dögum síðan
  • 1:18 the answer is no. I am still crying at it

    OtakyunOtakyun2 dögum síðan
  • Let’s be honest people the writing was atrocious this series... the whole thing was saved by the last scene and song where somebody finally decided to use their imagination 👏

    Jwj GreenwoodJwj Greenwood3 dögum síðan
  • This is by far the best video I've seen on Bly Manor. Thanks!

    Alan LiAlan Li3 dögum síðan
  • How come viola never came across mile's and Flora's parents on her night walks? It's very clear the master bedroom is the one viola walks into every night.... Henry wingrave is also seen spending the night with Charlotte in the same bedroom

    Doreen PaulDoreen Paul3 dögum síðan
  • who else noticed victoria’s voice sounded different?

    saalihaaa xsaalihaaa x3 dögum síðan
  • I gotta say, the creepy cymbal playing monkey line made me laugh

    JuliaJulia3 dögum síðan
  • Tf i wrong with this narrator's tone ? 😂😂

    My Beautiful CatMy Beautiful Cat3 dögum síðan
    • Her accent weird 😅😂

      My Beautiful CatMy Beautiful Cat3 dögum síðan
  • I want to see more of Kate Segal

    Lindsay ColemanLindsay Coleman4 dögum síðan
  • I just don't like the "It's you, it's me, it's US" thing...It was never established that that's the way to do it, there's no way that Peter could've known that and there's definitely no way Dani could've known it- not to mention it's super corny. Other than that, HoBM was a worthy follow up

    DomCagneyDomCagney4 dögum síðan
    • Just watched another vid and Viola says it to her newborn, which is apparently where the thing started.

      J HarrJ Harr2 dögum síðan
    • Dani heard Peter say it to Miles and it says she yelled it without even knowing what it meant. I don't know how Peter knew.

      J HarrJ Harr3 dögum síðan
  • Victoria Pedretti. Breaking hearts since 2018

    Jason_BJason_B4 dögum síðan
  • So the lady of the lake killed peter and damn near killed henry in a few seconds but couldnt kill dani in like the 10 minutes it took her to get to the bedroom?

    BestInTheWorldBestInTheWorld4 dögum síðan
  • Wasn't great. Compared to season 1, it was trash

    Darren EvansDarren Evans5 dögum síðan
  • Much needed therapy, thank you Netflix

    MiskyMisky5 dögum síðan
  • The claddagh ring symbolism just makes this whole story extra special... Cried like a baby, still crying and rewatching 2 weeks later 😅

    Natalie McGNatalie McG5 dögum síðan
  • i just watched Bly Manor, and sadly i should of watched it with an open mind, however like most i presume i expected something which i shouldnt by the first series being so amazing and scary, to the name of the title of the series, yes it had ghosts but not the way its portrayed in Hill House. So i can appreciate this season. I do like however the ghosts portrayed in this season, as scattered memories, who pass through time doing the same thing, or walking around like theyre not aware they are dead. This is like a classical ghost, or stories of people seeing others waundering about in a home or through walls, maybe not quite like that in the series but very similar. The other type of ghosts we see are possessive ghosts who will take over the body which was a nice take also. Overalll good series to watch, just wished i didnt expect it to be the same as Hill House and was open minded.

    TR KyleTR Kyle5 dögum síðan
    • You can always rewatch it.

      calar333calar333Degi Síðan síðan
  • That little boy ghost just became my favourite character from the show.

    FruitPunch SamuraiFruitPunch Samurai5 dögum síðan
  • Jamie is stuck in her own loop as the opening scene shows she wakes up from the end of the story with Dani's hand on her. "it is you , it is I, it is us" jamie recites the words when swimming to the bottom of the lake to find dani.

    Michael ValdezMichael Valdez5 dögum síðan
  • I found this series a disappointment

    CelticWalesCelticWales5 dögum síðan
  • Can someone explain to me how the lady in the lake didn’t kill miles and flora’s parents when her routine is to wake up during wee hours of the night, walk from the lake to the manor then to the master’s bedroom then back to the lake again? Im pretty sure the mom slept with Henry in that room/bed too. I’m not sure if I missed something but this is bugging me from the time that I finished the show. I need answers.

    Carissa MaeCarissa Mae5 dögum síðan
  • WHAT IS THIS?! I'm sign up for the horror turns out I'm bawling my eyes out :') But, honestly I watch it without any expectation and at the first I thought it kinda misleading with the theme, like Flora said at the end of episode, "You set us up wrong, this is not a horror story, this is a love story". Then, I think it's not misleading at all. The haunting of the bly manor really haunts me after it ended it leave me heavy in my chest because it's bittersweet, it's humane, it's tragic, it's me, it's you, it's us.

    alexanderthegreat isonfirealexanderthegreat isonfire6 dögum síðan
  • I don't know if people realize, but the show itself states why people believe Hill House is better than Bly Manor. It's not a ghost story, it's a love story. That's literally the problem, it's not a horror series. No, I'm not saying I need blood, gore, and jump scares. However, if I am watching HORROR, I expect at least SOMETHING to creep me out or unnerve me in some way. So let me say: Bly Manor was an EXCELLENT thriller/drama narrative, but a TERRIBLE horror show. The closest thing I got to be creeped out was seeing the occasional random ghost in the background. I loved Hill House because the narrative was amazing and elevated horror to something above B-list jump scares. Bly missed that "elevated horror" mark by a long shot. The ending is not a sad or depressing ending for a horror story, and that really disappointed me. It felt like they wanted to force some sort of happy ending and wrap it all in a bow once the episode was up. It was a just a huge miss for me.

    SkyhoundSkyhound6 dögum síðan
    • @Skyhound all depends on expectations. If you go in expecting horror and try to see Bly Manor as a horror, then I think Hill House is undoubtably a better season, for the reasons you mentioned. As for me, I saw an interview with creator Mike Flanagan before I started watch Bly Manor, where he said it's first and foremost a love story, so I adjusted my expectations accordingly. And it became clear from about the third episode that Bly Manor is a love story disguised as a horror, but no way is it a true horror. So I basically stopped expecting scares and looked for the romance from very early on. As a love story I thought it was so so beautiful and tragic and loved it just as much as Hill House, but for very very different reasons. As mentioned, not your fault, it's the fault of the creators for incorrectly marketing it as a horror. I do disagree that 'nobody would have watched it' if marketed as a romance: maybe not as many people would have watched it, but it would have still drawn in romance fans, and pulled in a significant LGBT audience too. Bly Manor was an awesome romance but it wasn't a horror, if watching it through the horror lense, it was quite an average horror. I thankfully didn't watch it through the horror lense.

      Jason_BJason_B5 dögum síðan
    • @Jason_B Admittedly, then the show wouldn't have had anyone watching it if they did. Like I said, I went to Haunting of Hill House because it was horror, but done well. It was gripping, creative, and scary. Bly Manor forgot the scary, because nothing was scary about it. They didn't even try. The one thing I always point out about how "not scary" Bly was: Hannah's death. It was so weak. Just pushed down a well with some stock audio of bones crunching when she landed. Even after the fact, all of the shots of Hannah's corpse were incredibly dark and difficult to actually see. What you could see, was that her body didn't even decompose at all or have ANY blood on it. I thought when Peter was going to show Hannah her body, it was going to be shockingly grotesque. But no, it was basically nothing more than a plot point. That's a far departure from the "Broken Neck Lady" of Hill House which was not only psychologically unsettling, but narratively brilliant. The imagery of Broken Neck Lady was literally something hard to look at, but the twist it eventually revealed was amazing. I never said Bly Manor was BAD, far from it. However, I do believe Hill House is a better show overall. It's much more impressive to take Horror into a creative route, than to throw out the Horror altogether and make a pseudo-love story. Hill House was genre defining, Bly Manor was just another drama binge show.

      SkyhoundSkyhound6 dögum síðan
    • they should have marketed it clearly as a romance so those like you would avoid watching it in the first place.

      Jason_BJason_B6 dögum síðan
  • ok, but how was Hannah able to hold things and people? Peter wasn't...And why did they always think it was the kids leaving the footprints? (There was only one set, and they were adult-sized...)

    Beatriz Balderas RamirezBeatriz Balderas Ramirez6 dögum síðan

    WayneWayne6 dögum síðan
  • I want Victoria to be in a Rom Com so I can see her happy for once.

    JJ TheroneJJ Therone6 dögum síðan
  • the only thing that confuses me was old flora said that was her middle name so what’s her real name?

    Brooke CabreraBrooke Cabrera6 dögum síðan
  • Wow..what a story line ❤️ perfectly splendid 😉👍👍❤️❤️❤️

    Christina TanghaChristina Tangha6 dögum síðan
  • This show is stupid and overrated

    Bu KBu K7 dögum síðan
  • this show sucked ass

    Lia BeeLia Bee7 dögum síðan
  • A realy amazing and touching series!

    Frank SchmitzFrank Schmitz7 dögum síðan
  • Such a great story! Love the show. Was expecting a horror and instead got so much more. BTW I watched this on my own since my girlfriend doesn't like horrors, she just got to see the scene where Peter "kills" Rebecca and started crying like instantly

    delbrooxdelbroox7 dögum síðan
  • I thought season 1 was extraordinary, season 2 is just as good, really good, emotionally good. i'm crying!

    Neil RiveraNeil Rivera7 dögum síðan
  • I was supposed to be scared not cry on Halloween 🤧🤧🤧

    just shontellejust shontelle7 dögum síðan
  • Love both seasons so much!! Had me thinking though. So did they close out the other wing just because of the Winggrave's things were there? or is it purposely closed because it was in Viola's path?

    Edwig Paguia-Dela CruzEdwig Paguia-Dela Cruz7 dögum síðan
  • the ending of this show really *really* upset me, in more ways than one.

    sapphicimbecilesapphicimbecile8 dögum síðan
  • Can someone explain to me how Dani's ghost (her fiance) just disappeared? I feel like that didn't end wasn't tied up as well as it could have been.

    LazuliLazuli8 dögum síðan
    • Don't think he was an actual ghost, he was just a manifestation of Dani's guilt over what happened to her fiancee. In episode 6, after telling her life story, Jamie tells Dani that Dani doesn't get to choose who lives and who dies. This, combined with Dani's growing love for Jamie, helped Dani overcome her guilt and thus stopped her seeing visions of her fiancee.

      Jason_BJason_B6 dögum síðan
  • Where are the subtitles??

    Felipe CastelaniFelipe Castelani8 dögum síðan
  • I think the reason why Dani doesn't show herself to Jamie is cause she doesn't want to be Jamie's ghost significant other. Like what she experienced with Edmund or Rebecca with Peter. Just like what the video analyst said, "Life is for the living" Dani just wants Jamie to move on without her ghost bothering her.

    Dolly S.Dolly S.8 dögum síðan
    • Dani wouldn't. Dani would never. 😭

      Jason_BJason_B6 dögum síðan
  • I actually enjoyed this series so much it was scary at times but it took me through a range of emotions. It was tragic and made me cry. I enjoyed this series more than the first one, this story was amazing. The actors are perfectly splendid too!

    RosydreamsRosydreams8 dögum síðan
  • This show was absolute perfection for me. My favourite genre is psychological horror, my favourite novel is Wuthering Heights (gothic, tragic romance) and my biggest fear is losing my memories due to dementia (Alzheimers, ever since I was a little girl I've had this fear for some reason). I'm also a lesbian and really liked the inclusion and normalization. Like I said, this was SO perfect for me.

    girlfromthecenteroftheuniversegirlfromthecenteroftheuniverse8 dögum síðan
  • I’m still a bit confused, how come no one remembers or acknowledges anything about what happened at Bly manor after older Jamie had finished telling the story since it were all true? (Besides Flora and Miles because they had clearly forgotten) none of the adults such as Flora and Miles Uncle and Owen, say anything or even show a glimpse of remembrance at the end. Idk maybe they did and I must’ve missed it.

    Naaz ShaNaaz Sha8 dögum síðan
    • The adults remembered, but they were trying to protect older Flora and Miles (who were there listening to Jamie's story) by ensuring they don't find out the story included them. This is evidenced by Owen saying in his restaurant that they shouldn't tell Flora and Miles what happened for their own sake, to let them live their lives without the burden of what happened. it also wouldn't have been good if in the eve of her wedding, Flora was hit by the revelation of hauntings and an au pair giving up her life to protect her, Flora would have been upset of course. Hence the lack of acknowledgment to Jamie's story. To make sure Flora and Miles didn't find out, Jamie also changed details in her story like the manor's name (older Jamie says there's no such place called Bly Manor) , her own accent and Flora's name (said it was her first name in the story, when it was actually her middle name). All of this was confirmed in a press interview by Carla Gugino, the actress who played older Jamie. How do we know the adults remember? This is evidenced by older Owen and older Henry's general sombreness / quietness when Jamie tells her story, followed by Owen touching Jamie's shoulder before he leaves. Owen/Henry remembered alright, and besides wanting to protect Miles and Flora, they also probably found it too painful to talk about, Owen's touch on Jamie's shoulder was enough of a moment to show and share his grief with Jamie over what happened to Dani and Hannah. Owen also says at the beginning of episode 1 when he is toasting Flora and her husband, "to truly love another person is to accept that the work of loving them is worth the pain of losing them", Owens voice trembles when he says it, and it's clear he's thinking of the past. This is a far more emotional scene if you watch it again after you've finished the series, with the knowledge you have of what happened.

      Jason_BJason_B6 dögum síðan
  • Although irrelevant to the story, i like to belive that dani is somehow a long lost descendant of Viola's daughter (wohom her husband might have raised in America ). That way Viola finally gets to be with her daughter forever

    Print LinksPrint Links8 dögum síðan
    • Although too far fetched, it is a interesting theory

      DKDK5 dögum síðan
  • this is such a saaad love story ....

    27lalitha27lalitha8 dögum síðan
  • It's a good story, dragged out far too much but I've seen scarier stuff left in the toilet so as for the reports of people being too scared to go to bed after it.... ?? bollox..!!!

    Jas JonesJas Jones8 dögum síðan
  • Loved it

    Scott JohnsonScott Johnson8 dögum síðan
  • Horror should be scary not heartbreaking meh this one was boring hillhouse was way way better.

    Real MadridReal Madrid8 dögum síðan
  • See, I watched this out of boredom and I fell in love with the series, the characters, and the actors :)

    Vibe During QuaratineVibe During Quaratine8 dögum síðan
  • This is the first time I saw the sequel was way much better than the first one.

    SonyaSonya8 dögum síðan
  • Hill House was more about paranormal and suffering. Bly was about love and loss and the consequences.

    Nikki SaruulNikki Saruul8 dögum síðan
  • ✌🏻

    Royal ShuvroRoyal Shuvro8 dögum síðan
  • Perfectly splendid!

    junix arcega-salinasjunix arcega-salinas8 dögum síðan
  • hannah’s death broke me. i couldn’t deal with her death. it was so upsetting

    MilgoMilgo9 dögum síðan
    • The scene where Hannah walks out of the house and begins crying and screaming totally broke me too. She played that role so well, so convincingly I couldn't help but be emotional at her death.

      Art3misArt3mis3 dögum síðan
    • I know :(

      RosydreamsRosydreams8 dögum síðan
  • Waiting for season 3

    Ishita SinghIshita Singh9 dögum síðan
  • apparently you arent allowed to say that bly manor wasnt as scary as hill house. it simply wasnt tho, folks... doesnt mean they arent both great series. but if someone out there asks you which one is the scariest... you know damn well its hill house.

    D4RealD4Real9 dögum síðan
  • When Jamie found Dani’s body in the water, my heart stopped beating. She screamed ans cried out to tear her lungs out and we could feel all this deeply sadness in her... we also could hear her own heart breaking. Jamie’s face in this particular moment gave me the need to cry all my tears. I was sobbing

    Prisca DenisPrisca Denis9 dögum síðan
    • Me too girl. So sad! Crying again just seeing the clip in this video.

      xgurl10xgurl102 dögum síðan
  • i never thought i would cry so much watching horror series

    starstruckstarstruck9 dögum síðan
  • This is a very sad love story. Not a horror story at all.

    keiichin _keiichin _9 dögum síðan
  • Did that glass just move on its own at 12:58?! Gives me creeps!

    Roj DvlaRoj Dvla9 dögum síðan
  • Wait so why can’t Dani leave? Like her spirit is always at the house but then other spirits left so like????

    Eliza ToledoEliza Toledo9 dögum síðan
  • What was the point of the fiance ghost?

    Troy CrovettoTroy Crovetto9 dögum síðan
  • I’m : devastated

    Catherine TaylorCatherine Taylor9 dögum síðan
  • The ending is everything 😭🤧😭

    Enrique PascualEnrique Pascual9 dögum síðan
  • I will never get over this story. This was such a beautyful story but damn it, it had me wheeping.

    Mayte W.Mayte W.9 dögum síðan
  • Killing viola wasn't an act of mercy

    JoshJosh9 dögum síðan
  • I found this show really boring if I'm honest. The actors were fun, the British script writing was a tad too stereotypical but the part that was a deal breaker was the constant long speeches given by every character every chance they got

    Playstation psychoPlaystation psycho9 dögum síðan
  • "It's you, it's's us"

    Sayondip RoySayondip Roy9 dögum síðan
  • So they show 1.) true love 2.) hidden love 3.) forbidden love 4.) toxic love 5.) possessive love 6.) chosen family love 7.) forever love Thanks, it’s ruined me.

    Alex HornewerAlex Hornewer9 dögum síðan
  • I walked in expecting Hill House levels of scary, walked out sobbing lmao

    drnormaldrnormal9 dögum síðan
  • Mike Flanagan is currently in the pre-production of the third series, which is adapted from "Midnight Mass." Rahul Kohli (Owen), Kate Siegel (Victoria), and Henry Thomas (Henry Wingrave) are part of the cast.

    Kris AndresKris Andres9 dögum síðan
  • I hope they make another season and if they do I think the story of the House of the Seven Gables would be a cool "Haunting" story to tell

    Brittany Of OldstonesBrittany Of Oldstones10 dögum síðan
  • Does this movie ending require explaining? It was spoon fed to us, bad acting, horrible accents and all. What a throwaway ending, predictable and boring.

    Anthropos AnthroposAnthropos Anthropos10 dögum síðan
  • It's probably been said a bunch of times already, but if you have to release an explaining might not have done a wonderful job with your show/ movie

    steve ssteve s10 dögum síðan
  • Please explain how Dani was in Viola’s grasp for minutes and lives yet everyone else that was caught in her hand died in seconds.....

    Patrick PattersonPatrick Patterson10 dögum síðan
    • I wondered the same thing.

      NeophemaNeophema8 dögum síðan
  • Netflix has to be paying people to give good reviews on this boring show/series. I didn't expect it to be like the first Haunting of...but I thought i would at least be able to stay awake. When you tune into a series called The Haunting want a scary series..not a love story...big miss for me....they should have called it something else.

    Christina PattisonChristina Pattison10 dögum síðan
  • I think we need to talk about Rebecca more. She was a smart, kind, and caring person who got trapped in a toxic relationship. It wasn’t her fault. She couldn’t get away from Peter, not even in death. Still, she tries to protect the children. She took care of the children in life, and followed them in death. She pretended and guided Flora to protect her from Peter’s plan to tuck the two children away forever. She even tried to soothe Flora as she was being dragged into the lake and attempted to tuck Flora away so she wouldn’t feel anything, even though we know Rebecca knows how painful and terrifying drowning is. Rebecca was willing to relive dying just so Flora wouldn’t and that was one of the saddest scenes.

    lex Hlex H10 dögum síðan
    • @Neophema oh yes i remember now

      AlexAlex8 dögum síðan
    • @Alex He left her just as she was drowning!

      NeophemaNeophema8 dögum síðan
    • rebecca never experienced death, if you remember it was peter that took control of rebecca while she was tucked in

      AlexAlex8 dögum síðan
  • The only thing I didn't understand was that the girl spent the whole series being called Flora and then says her ~middle~ name is Flora? It was strange for me.

    Thamiris MarinhoThamiris Marinho10 dögum síðan
    • @Skyhound thank you!!!

      Thamiris MarinhoThamiris Marinho6 dögum síðan
    • I didn't get it at first either. Sine Flora and Miles weren't allowed to know about what happened at Bly, "Jamie" edited the entire story she was telling by changing everyone's names. That's why "Jamie" says "You won't find a place by that name" when she was asked if it were true; she changed the name of the manor as well. The only ones who know that "Jamie" was telling a true story was "Owen" and "Henry" who were present. "Owen" was the guy who didn't even want Jamie to tell the story in the first episode and when it's over, he's the one to start dispersing every one into bed. "Henry" was the old man in the scene and as he's leaving with the group, he seems visibly disturbed while he's passing "Jamie". I complained to my wife that the characters of the story looked NOTHING like their future selves at the wedding (like how young flora was blonde, but present day Flora had dark hair). She pointed out, that's because Jamie created new characters to take the places of the real people.

      SkyhoundSkyhound6 dögum síðan
    • Jamie didn't use anyone's real name to not let Flora know that it was her story. She didn't want to remind Flora of all the things she has forgotten

      Anusha SwamiAnusha Swami9 dögum síðan
  • The most saddest part of the show for me is when bec wakes up while drowning how peter left her to feel everything when she was told she wouldn’t. When viola killed all of those people that crossed her path ,including the lil boy, then seeing their faces fade away

    ADAD10 dögum síðan
  • The music from this series is absolutely amazing and heart-wrenching in the best ways possible.

    15.Farryl Gracious15.Farryl Gracious10 dögum síðan
  • Just finished Bly Manor. Wow! Although it took a few episodes to lay the groundwork & I found episode 5 a real head scratcher at the time, the intensity really ramped up in the following episodes. Loved it ❤️ I look forward to seeing what Mike Flannigan can lay his stamp on next.

    Andy SAndy S10 dögum síðan
  • So this is just my personal opinion so don’t get offended but... honestly... Bly Manor was too boring to me. The only episode I really liked was 8. It was really interesting and philosophical. But the other episodes lacked something Hill House had. I know - these are different stories, but I am talking about the style. Bly Manor didn’t scare me at all while Hill House actually managed to do so a few times. And I wanted more of these horror elements. Yes they said it in the end - it’s a love story... but did I came for a love story? I watched it because I love the Haunting of Hill House. And I mean every aspect - the drama, the philosophy AND the horror

    Surreal SunriseSurreal Sunrise10 dögum síðan
  • That fucking accent is dreadful !

    DeanRobert RobertDeanRobert Robert10 dögum síðan
    • Not the narrator's the woman in the serious

      DeanRobert RobertDeanRobert Robert10 dögum síðan
  • Bad love stories and bad ghost stories all involve Posession...

    Archie YiuArchie Yiu10 dögum síðan