All of Us Are Dead has become the most popular K-Drama release on Netflix since Squid Game became viral. Fans have been asking if All of Us Are Dead will return for a second season for a while now. Thanks to Netflix’s Geeked Week event, it was announced that the zombie horror series has been renewed for a second season, and we now know that pre-production has begun. Here is what we currently know.
Based on the webtoon Now at Our School by Joo Dong-geun, Chun Sung-zombie-horror il’s series All of Us Are Dead is a South Korean Netflix Original. Lee Jae Gyoo, known for his work on Trap, King2Hearts, and Intimate Strangers, helmed the television series. The television show’s producing business was Kim Jong-hak Production and Film Monster. A small group of kids are trapped inside their school after a zombie virus decimates it, fighting to survive against the surrounding flesh-eating horde.
What is the current status of All of Us Are Dead season 2 production?
According to our sources, All of Us Are Dead began pre-production on July 13th, 2022. It’s unknown when filming on the second season will begin, but given that pre-production has already begun, we expect filming to begin within the next several months.
Season 2 Cast of All of Us Are Dead
Fans were taken aback when they saw actor Yoon in the All of Us Are Dead Season 2 announcement video. His character got bit by his rival-turned-zombie in the first season and sacrificed himself to save his companions. Fans felt Cheong-san was alive when he was presumed dead. He showed no evidence of transformation and may have been immune.
Fans believe Yoon’s appearance in the video confirms his return to All of Us Are Dead Season 2 and the imminent reappearance of Cheong-san. Lomon, Cho, and Park Ji-hoo are also confirmed to reappear in the video. It is unknown whether the second season will feature the return of Lee Byeong-chan, the science professor and virus’s originator, as performed by actor Kim Byung-chul. Other key performers, such as Lee Eun-saem and Yang Dae-su, may return, as their characters survived the end. Because of what director Lee Jae-kyoo has said and various ideas, fans have a fair notion of where All of Us Are Dead Season 2 will begin.
The release date for “All of Us Are Dead” season 2 has not been disclosed by Netflix.