Netflix renewed Kingdom for the second season. The Zombie K-Thriller series has already become a huge hit on Netflix, as we predicted. Zombies in a historic environment were always going to be a recipe for success with brand new fresh ideas. As fans scream to know more, we will update this article as more detail is revealed. So here’s what we hear about Netflix’s Kingdom Season 2 so far.
The Kingdom is created by Kim Eun-hee, creator of the Korean Webcomic Land of the Gods. Kim Eun-hee, who was already a renowned playwright and screenwriter in Korea, was also the author of the show and adapted her webcomic to the general public. It is easy to see why so many have fallen in love with the series with a fantastic cast, cinematography, background, and beautiful design. That said, we have explored just half of what Kingdom has to deliver, so imagine how everybody would feel at the end of the second season.
The Crown Prince Change has been trapped in a political conspiracy in Korea’s Joseon era and is forced to flee the country. After investigating the man who treated his father, the King, Chang’s mission quickly became sour as he learned that the work of the doctor led to a mysterious plague that raised the dead.
Here’s What We Know About Kingdom Season 2
We have confirmed that on March 13, 2020, Kingdom season 2 will arrive on Netflix! The news has been approved by multiple Netflix Twitter accounts worldwide in several tweets.
the coolest hats you've ever seen are back and better than ever. oh, fast zombies too.
kingdom s2. march 13. pic.twitter.com/dordsAMPH6
— Netflix Malaysia (@NetflixMY) February 6, 2020
Official development started in February 2019 and was supported by all the cast gatherings for reading the main table. It could take about four to a half years to deliver the nature of season two. February is the last winter month in South Korea, and it was excellent and proper that they started to build throughout the winter months because of the end of season 1.
The main cast of the series, including Joo Ji Hoon, Bae Doo Na, and Ryu Seung Ryong, was screened for their first material for the two seasons earlier this month. Park Byung Eun, Kim Tae Hoon, and others joined them to play new characters for the best in their class journey. Kim Eun-hee established the realm and supported it by Kim Seong-hun. The series is 89 percent Rotten Tomatoes.