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Season One of Netflix's Locke & Key was released on February 7, 2020. It consists of ten episodes ranging from forty to fifty-six minutes.

The season centers around the mysteries of the ancestral home of the Locke Family located in Matheson, Massachusetts. Three siblings try to connect certain elements of the mystery to their father's death.

Synopsis Edit

"After their father is murdered under mysterious circumstances, the three Locke siblings and their mother move into their ancestral home, Keyhouse, which they discover is full of magical keys that may be connected to their father’s death. As the Locke children explore the different keys and their unique powers, a mysterious demon awakens — and will stop at nothing to steal them. From Carlton Cuse (Lost, Bates Motel) and Meredith Averill (The Haunting of Hill House), the series is a coming-of-age mystery about love, loss, and the unshakable bonds that define family."

Cast Edit

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CrewEdit

  • Joe Hill (executive producer)
  • Andy Muschietti (executive producer)
  • Barbara Muschietti (executive producer)
  • Ted Adams (executive producer)
  • David Ozer (executive producer)

EpisodesEdit

Season One Edit

Crown of Shadows Promotional
"Welcome to Matheson" February 7, 2020
Directed by: Michael Morris - Written by: Joe Hill & Aron Eli Coleite
After the Lockes move into Keyhouse, Bode makes a new acquaintance — and a startling discovery. Tyler and Kinsey try to start over at a new high school.
Trapper-Keeper Promotional
"Trapper/Keeper" February 7, 2020
Directed by: Michael Morris - Written by: Liz Phang
While Nina uncovers details about Rendell's past, Kinsey helps out the Savini Squad, Tyler falls in with a bad crowd, and Bode finds another key.
Head Games Promotional
"Head Games" February 7, 2020
Directed by: Tim Southam - Written by: Meredith Averill
Locating a powerful new key sends Bode's spirit soaring. Tyler's simmering rage boils over. Kinsey realizes just how much her fear is holding her back.
Family Tree Promotional
"The Keepers of the Keys" February 7, 2020
Directed by: Tim Southam - Written by: Mackenzie Dohr
Sporting a new hairdo and attitude, Kinsey takes a chance with Scot by sharing what's going on inside her head. Tyler tries to impress his crush.
Family Tree Promotional
"Family Tree" February 7, 2020
Directed by: Mark Tonderai-Hodges - Written by: Andres Fischer-Centeno
Kinsey uses a key to seek vengeance on a school bully. A troubled Nina finds a sympathetic ear. A long-buried memory casts Rendell in a new light.
Ray of F Sunshine Promotional
"The Black Door" February 7, 2020
Directed by: Mark Tonderai-Hodges - Written by: Brett Treacy & Dan Woodward
Kinsey explores the sea cave with the Savini Squad in tow, Nina confronts Ellie over Joe, and Tyler sabotages his relationship with Jackie.
The Black Door Promotional
"Dissection" February 7, 2020
Directed by: Dawn Wilkinson - Written by: Liz Phang
The Locke family faces their worst nightmare when the person responsible for shattering their lives resurfaces and demands one of the keys.
The Keepers of the Keys Promotional
"Ray of F*ing Sunshine" February 7, 2020
Directed by: Dawn Wilkinson - Written by: Vanessa Rojas
Tyler and Kinsey feel torn when they figure out why Nina is acting strangely. Bode meets Rufus and Ellie's houseguest. Dodge zeroes in on the Omega Key.
Echoes Promotional
"Echoes" February 7, 2020
Directed by: Vincenzo Natali - Written by: Meredith Averill & Liz Phang
As pieces begin to click into place for the Locke siblings, Ellie opens up about her connection to Dodge, and Kinsey comes clean with her friends.
Welcome to Matheson Promotional
"Crown of Shadows" February 7, 2020
Directed by: Vincenzo Natali - Written by: Carlton Cuse & Meredith Averill
The battle over the Omega Key leads to decisions that can't be undone — and a dangerous door that promises plenty of trouble ahead.

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ReceptionEdit

The series received mixed to positive reviews from critics, with the score, set design, and visual effects being singled out as highlights of the show. Critics mainly praised the show's handling of themes relating to loss and trauma, as well as its use of horror genre elements, while criticizing the use of teen drama and romance subplots to drag out the story. The performances of Jackson Robert Scott and Laysla De Oliveira received particular praise.

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