Netflix has been releasing some of the top South Korean dramas in the last few years. From Squid Game to D.P to Twenty Five Twenty One, the streaming behemoth has consistently delivered quality K-dramas in a variety of genres, including comedies, thrillers, and, of course, romance. The most recent addition to Netflix’s K-drama lineup is a zombie narrative. We’re all dead now.
All of Us Are Dead, starring Park Jihu and Yoon Chan Young, launched on Netflix on January 28 and swiftly rose to the top of the Global Top 10 list.
According to Variety, the series’ debut week had 124.79 million hours of viewing, making it the most-watched opening week for a South Korean title since Netflix’s public Top 10 started last year. Fans that have already watched the series are obviously looking for updates about the second season of All of Us Are Dead on Google. If that’s the case, here’s all you need to know about the show and its possible return.
All of Us Are Dead is a story of a group of Hyosan High School seniors as they struggle to stay alive after one zombie virus spreads over the school and surrounding area. The series is based on Joo Donggeun’s Webtoon digital comic Now at Our School (same as the Korean title for the series), which was originally released in 2009.
At first glance, All of Us Are Dead appears to be your normal zombie apocalypse thriller with coming-of-age aspects thrown in for good measure, but the series is really packed with cultural references and topical allegories.
All of Us Are Dead now has 12 episodes, each clocking in at little under or over an hour, for a total of 728 minutes. (Believe us when we say that after you’ve watched the first episode, you’ll want to watch the others immediately.)
Ji-hu Park, Chang-Young Yoon, Yi-Hyun Cho, Park Solomon, In-soo Yoo, Jeon Bae-soo, Byeong-Cheol Kim, Kyoo-hyung Lee, Sang-Yeon Son, Victoria Grace, Lisa Yamada, Harrison Xu, Ru Kumagai, Sanyee Yuan, Rich Ting, Darren Keilan, Greg Chun, Arvin Lee, Lee Yoo-mi, Nicole Fong, Ivan Mok, Kim Jin-Young, Kim Bo-Yoon, Ahn Seung-Kyoon, Oh Hye-Soo, Ji-oh Ahn, Jonathan Tanigaki, Lim Jae-Hyeok, Ha Seung-Ri, Lee Eun-Saem, Ho-Eun Jin, Han Yeol Yang, Ji-Hyeon Woo, Ham Sung-Min, Bae-Hae-Sun, Lee Ji-Hyun, Dal-hwan Jo, Han Ji-Eun, Kim Han-Sang, Chae-Eun Lee, Lee Min-goo, Sang-hee Lee, Park Jae-Chul, Hyeon-bae Dong, Yoon Kyung-ho, Kim Ju-a, Oh Hae-Joon, Yi-Seo Jung, Cho Ji-Ahn, Eom Hyo-Seob, Na-Young Ko, Shin Jae Hwi, Jong-Tae Kim, Myung-Ho Lee, Ahn Se-Bin, Lee Yo-Sung, Yoon Byung-hee, Lee Si-hoon, Jung-Yeon Kim, Ashley Park, Brandon Win, Chae Dong-Hyun, Hwang Bo-Un, Park Ji-Yeol, Kim Han-Deul, Hyuk-soo Kwan, Gwang-jae Seo, Yoon-Sang Lee, Kang Moon-Kyung, Kim Tae-hoon, Ahn Si-Ha, Kim Seong-Yong, Han Sangchul, Bong-soo Kim, Ko-Han Min, Choi Hye-seo, Ji-Sung-Geun, Park Young-bok, Kim Hyun-Chang, Chase Yi
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Here’s all you need to know about the second season of All of Us Are Dead.
All of Us Are Dead has quickly become one of Netflix’s most popular South Korean releases, with zombie/horror lovers all around the world adoring the new K-drama. The first season, which aired on Netflix on Jan. 28, 2022, had 12 episodes and swiftly rose to the top of the worldwide ratings, with many fans comparing it to Hwang Dong-Squid hyuk’s Game. The series, which is based on the webtoon Now at Our School by Joo Dong-geun and produced by JTBC Studios and Film Monster, became the second Korean series to reach #1 in the global rankings.
It’s no secret that South Korean production firms continue to produce high-quality zombie films like All of Us Are Dead, and despite conflicting reviews, many fans on social media hailed the series for its entertainment value.
Fans are now wondering if the programme will be renewed for a second season by Netflix. If you’re one of the millions of fans who loved All of Us Are Dead and are itching for more, here’s all you need to know about the show’s renewal status, potential Season 2 release date, cast, trailer, and other facts. Please note that if additional information regarding the prospective new season becomes available, we will update this page.
Netflix has yet to renew All of Us Are Dead for a second season as of this writing, but considering the show’s growing popularity, it’s probable that the streaming giant will do so. Season 2 may or may not be confirmed, depending on how much content the programme can adapt from the original webtoon, Now at Our School. However, because the first season used up all of the material, if the programme is renewed, a new tale will have to be developed.
It’s probable that the programme was only intended to run for one season, but if the show’s fan base continues to expand, Netflix is likely to renew the series, which has made an announcement for a second season finally.
Many fans who binge-watched the whole season quickly after it was published on Jan. 28 are asking when Season 2 would be released if Netflix ever confirms more episodes for the zombie series.
All of Us Are Dead Season 2 is expected to premiere in early to mid 2023 if the show is renewed. However, keep in mind that production for the show’s first season was briefly halted in August 2020 due to the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic, so perhaps there will be no more delays that would push the prospective Season 2 release date back.
Director Lee Jae-kyoo was questioned about the likelihood of a Season 2 during an interview with The Korea Herald, and he responded that it would be nice to continue, but that it would only be possible if the first season received enough love.
The cast has yet to be finalised because Netflix hasn’t officially renewed All of Us Are Dead for a second season. However, it’s probable that Ham Ji-character Hyun’s Nam-ra will return to reprise his part. The cast has yet to be finalised because Netflix hasn’t officially renewed All of Us Are Dead for a second season. However, it’s probable that Ham Ji-character Hyun’s Nam-ra will return to reprise his part. If Netflix decides to renew the programme, the cast members for Season 2 will almost certainly be revealed.
Has the trailer of the season 2 been released yet?
No, since Netflix hasn’t officially announced All of Us Are Dead Season 2, no teasers, trailers, or previews have been published yet. For now, we can re-watch and appreciate the first season’s trailer to remind us how enjoyable this series was.