The six-episode second season of the "Channel Zero" franchise draws inspiration from Brian Russell's "creepypasta" story that gained popularity online. This adaptation tells the story of Margot Sleator, a perceptive and introverted young woman, and her best friend, Jules, as they visit the No-End House, a bizarre house of horrors that is made up of a series of six increasingly disturbing -- and dangerous -- rooms. After she returns home, Margot realizes that everything in her life has changed following her experience at the creepy home.
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After Lily is taken by Candle Cove, Mike puts himself in danger to save his daughter and confront his tormentor; Marla faces an impossible choice.
Mike and Amy learn that the creator of Candle Cove isn't who they think he is; a brutal crime shocks the Iron Hill police force.
Mike's daughter Lily mysteriously arrives in Iron Hill, leading to more information about the murders of 1988; Mike and Jessica take drastic measures to heal the past and protect Lily from Candle Cove.
Mike must convince Gary that Candle Cove is behind the murders before he takes justice into his own hands; Marla, Jessica, and Amy frantically search for Mike before it's too late.
Marla agrees to help Mike investigate the murders; Marla is horrified to learn a secret about what happened in 1988 that's been hidden since that time.
Child psychologist Mike Painter investigates the 1988 murders of several children, including his twin brother, which may involve a children's TV show that has started airing again.