Since the release of the enormously popular “Squid Game” on Netflix in 2021, the streaming service has been working feverishly to develop the next big Korean blockbuster to reach the streaming service. They followed through on their promise with the release of “All of Us Are Dead,” which is part of Netflix’s plan to release 25 Korean films and television series by the year 2022. The teen zombie horror series released on Netflix on January 28 amid a flurry of excitement, and it soon rose to the top 10 of the streaming service’s top ten list.
The kids of Hyosan High School in South Korea are the focus of the film “All of Us Are Dead.” The youngsters must survive a lethal illness that is turning their friends into zombies, as if dealing with the scourges of bullying and unrequited crushes weren’t difficult enough. In keeping with the title, “All of Us Are Dead” paints a dark image of youth, politics, and the cynicism of individuals in the face of a collective catastrophe.
Despite this, the series’ heartbreaking moments of sacrifice, heroism, and ephemeral romance have managed to keep spectators engaged throughout its twelve episodes. Furthermore, the season finale’s cliffhanger ending and unaddressed concerns have fans screaming for a second season to be released immediately.
Release Date Of All Of Us Are Dead Season 2
Officially, we still don’t know whether or not All Of Us Are Dead will make a reappearance at this time.
We’re confident that, like the zombies themselves, this programme will not be easily defeated. In the past, K-dramas had a propensity to only last one season, but Squid Game became a worldwide success and was renewed for a second season, and suddenly all bets are off.
Typically, Netflix makes a judgement within the first 28 days of a show’s release, and if the numbers from All Of Us Are Dead are any indication, the show has a good chance of succeeding. It rocketed quickly into the top 10 most watched shows in two dozen nations, where it managed to hold on for at least three weeks until falling out of the top ten. In fact, according to FlixPatrol, the Japanese audience was the most devoted to the show, with a 33-day streak of watching it.
It is conceivable that fresh episodes will be released in 2023 if the show’s devoted supporters are successful in convincing the network to extend season two in the next weeks (hopefully sooner rather than later).
Even so, it’s possible that the news of the renewal will take longer to arrive than usual. For one thing, the second season of Squid Game wasn’t officially confirmed until late January 2022, more than four months after the show’s initial airing date.
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Cast Of All Of Us Are Dead Season 2
As the title might imply, the majority of the original cast does not survive the first season of the show. There are just a few who do: On-jo (Park Ji-hu), Su-hyeok (Park Solomon), Dae-su (Im Jae-hyuk), Ha-ri (Ha Seung-ri), Mi-jin (Lee Eun-saem), and Hyo-ryung (Park Ji-hu). On-jo (Park Ji-hu) is the only one who does it (Kim Bo-yoon).
There is one character in particular who we can be certain will return, and that character is Choi Nam-ra, who is played by Cho Yi-hyun. The only way this can be avoided is if the program mixes things up with a completely different cast in the coming seasons.
In any case, fans can expect to see a lot of new, blood-splattered faces in the second season of All of Us Are Dead.
Plot Of All Of Us Are Dead Season 2
All of Us Are Dead came to a close with nearly everyone dead. Immediately following the original breakout, the city of Hyosan was soon overwhelmed by the zombie threat, which was later mostly eliminated by bombs dropped by the Korean military on the city’s zombie population.
Despite the fact that the majority of the survivors had completed their stories, it is still possible that the outbreak would reemerge in the future. All it would take is one zombie to completely devastate the entire world once more.
And then there’s Nam-Ra, who has managed to maintain her humanity despite the virus that has wrecked her body for so many years. It turns out that she is only one of many hybrids who have been able to harness the virus’s power to their advantage, allowing them to become more powerful and pain-resistant. The difficulty is that the need for human flesh still exists, which means that new episodes will face an additional threat that they will bable to dig their teeth into.
At the conclusion of Joo Dong-original geun’s webtoon, Nam-Ra is reunited with her friends rather than with the hybrids, which is obviously a significant departure from the present trajectory of the program.
Season two could definitely investigate the possibility that the infection has now spread to Japan, whether it is simply hinted at or whether the entire tale is relocated to Japan in the show’s first episode. Given the fact that All of Us Are Dead is a South Korean production, the latter alternative appears to be doubtful.
Trailer Of All Of Us Are Dead Season 2
Everything We Are Dead will not infect our lives until at least a month before the (possible) return of season two.
However, when the film demonstrating this new chapter becomes available, you’ll be able to get all you need right here.
We also have Nam-ra (Cho Yi-hyun), despite the fact that she was never totally transformed. One of the most moving scenes in this climax is when the students eventually make it into town and are no longer under the control of the school. A fight with the last few zombies leaves Nam-ra separated from the rest of the party, causing her to purposefully lag behind them.
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