When Season 1 came to an end, it opened up a world of possibilities.
Last Updated: 02.23 AM, Jun 07, 2022
Is it true that everyone has died? All of Us Are Dead, Netflix's smash zombie horror series, will return for a second season, the streaming service announced a few hours ago.
The first season, which follows a group of teenagers fighting for their lives following a zombie outbreak in their high school, topped Netflix's global charts and is one of only two Korean shows in the Top 10 most popular non-English TV shows, alongside Squid Game.
All of Us Are Dead debuted in the top ten most-watched non-English TV series in 91 countries, where it stayed for two weeks. It also gathered 361.02 million viewing hours in its first ten days, with fans holding on the edge of their seats throughout the 12 episodes, rooting for the Hyosan High juniors.
When Season 1 came to a close, it opened up a world of possibilities. For the time being, we're all waiting to see how Season 2 plays out.
The series is directed by Lee JQ and Kim Nam-su, while Chun Sung-il has penned the screenplay. SLL and Kimjonghak Production have backed the series.
While making the announcement, Swoon shared a video featuring the actors from the series and wrote that Hyosan High School students may have survived their first zombie attack, but the nightmare is far from over. In All of Us Are Dead Season 2, Park Ji-hu, Yoon Chan-young, Cho Yi-hyun, and Lomon return to school.
While Netflix posted a 17-second long video, screaming and the howling crowd turned into the title, All Of Us Are Dead.
The majority of the series takes place at a high school in South Korea, where a zombie apocalypse has unexpectedly broken out, posing a threat to the kids' survival. It's based on Joo Dong-Naver Geun's webtoon Now at Our School, which ran between 2009 and 2011.