Binge-worthy drama All of Us Are Dead is returning for season 2, but there’s a while to wait

Binge-worthy drama All of Us Are Dead is returning for season 2, but there’s a while to wait

At first, the series might seem like your typical zombie apocalypse story with coming-of-age elements sprinkled in the narrative, but All of Us Are Dead is actually rife with cultural references and timely allegories.

Is season 2 of All of Us Are Dead confirmed?

Yes, it is! On 6 June 2022, Netflix confirmed All of Us Are Dead had officially been renewed for a second season on X (formerly known as Twitter). The streamer also unveiled a season 2 announcement video featuring some of the cast.

“The students of Hyosan High School may have survived their first zombie outbreak, but the nightmare is far from over,” the announcement description reads.

As previously noted by Hypebae, Lee Jaekyu, the director of the series, had noted that “the story was written with a second season in mind.” His idea was to continue the story, and Netflix is making that happen.

“It would be great if we could do a second season,” the director reportedly said in the past, teasing that “if it were to happen, there would be more interesting stories.” Lee might focus more on the “zombie survival” during its sophomore season, which would make sense.

But… before we get into that, let’s recap for a second.

When is All of Us Are Dead season 2 premiering? Has filming begun?

When the All of Us Are Dead season 2 announcement was unveiled, Netflix said the project would be “coming soon,” but two years later, we are still waiting and it looks like we will be waiting a lot longer.

As reported by Star News Korea on 23 May, production for All of Us Are Dead season 2 has been delayed until 2025 to accommodate for more high-level production. The report states that production for season 2 was initially supposed to start this year.

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How many episodes will All of Us Are Dead season 2 have?

Season one of All of Us Are Dead featured 12 episodes, clocking in at just under or over an hour each for a combined total of 728 minutes. (Believe us, once you hit play on the first episode, you’ll want to watch the rest right away.)

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