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"All of Us Are Dead" Season 2 Gets 2024 Release Window

Tue 30 Jan 2024 | 10:02 AM
All of Us Are Dead
All of Us Are Dead
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After two years since the hit Netflix horror series "All of Us Are Dead" debuted its first 12-episode season, fans finally have an update on the release date for the show’s return.

According to the Instagram account of BH Entertainment, lead star Park Ji-hu’s talent agency, Netflix is currently planning to release "All of Us Are Dead" Season 2 sometime this year. The young actor is set to return as Nam Onjo, one of the high school students who survived the horror at the end of Season 1.

Based on Joo Don-geun’s popular webtoon, "All of Us Are Dead" was created by Chun Sung-li, Lee Jae-kyoo, and Kim Nam-su. 

Season 1 also starred Yoon Chan-young as Cheong-san, Cho Yi-hyun as Nam-ra, Park Solomon as Su-hyeok, and Son Sang-yeon as Woo-jin. Lee Yoo-mi and Seung-Ri portrayed Na-yeon and Ha as Ha-ri respectively.

The series also featured Lee Eun-saem as Mi-jin, Ham Sung-min as Gyeong-su, Im Jae-hyuk as Dae-su, Yoo In-soo as Gwi-nam, Lee Kyuhyung as Jae-ik, and more. Besides Park Ji-hu’s Onjo, the official Season 2 cast lineup has not yet been announced.

Set in South Korea, the series centers around a group of high school students as they get trapped inside their school after a zombie outbreak starts spreading throughout their city. 

They must fight together for their survival against undead schoolmates and faculty while holding on to their humanity and friendship. 

Season 1 concludes with Cheong-san’s heartbreaking death, and Nam-ra overcoming her zombification by gaining superhuman abilities and controlling her thirst for blood. 

Apart from "All of Us Are Dead", Netflix recently shared an update on another fan-favorite show, Squid Game Season 2 will officially be part of its 2024 TV lineup. 

The next installment to the survival thriller drama will feature the returning cast members Lee Jung-jae, Wi Ha-joon, Lee Byung-hun, and Gong Yoo. For his role as Gi-hun, Lee Jun-jae won his first Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor. He will next be seen in Lucasfilm’s upcoming Star Wars series The Acolyte.

"Squid Game" Season 2 will include twelve new cast members, including Im Si-wan, Kang Ha-neul, Park Sung-hoon, Yang Dong-geun, Park Gyu-young, Jo Yu-ri, Kang Ae-sim, Lee David, Lee Jin-uk, Choi Seung-hyun, Roh Jae-won, and Won Ji-an. 

In addition, Netflix is also preparing for the upcoming return of their popular Korean fan-favorite shows such as "Gyeongseong Creature" Season 2, "Hellbound" Season 2, "Sweet Home" Season 3, and "Weak Hero Class" Season 2, along with reality shows "Zombieverse" Season 2, and "Physical: 100" Season 2.