Netflix has officially renewed All of Us Are Dead for Season 2. The update was announced on Monday as part of the streaming giant's Geeked Week 2022 virtual event. The coming-of-age K-Drama debuted its first season in January 2022, becoming one of the most-watched non-English language Netflix original shows, and now we know that the show will continue cliffhanger ending.
All of Us Are Dead's renewal shouldn't come as a surprise since its first season didn't have a conclusive ending. The first season, which consisted of 12 episodes, dominated Netflix's global charts, getting 362.64 million viewing hours in its first 30 days on the streaming service, so it's clear that the show has a massive audience that will surely be hyped for Season 2.
The show followed a group of young South Korean students trapped in a high school after a zombie virus started to spread from one of its labs. The zombie apocalypse series is based on a digital comic from WEBTOON Now at Our School by Joo Dong-geun, which was published between 2009 and 2011.
Stars Park Ji-hu, Yoon Chan-young, Cho Yi-hyun, and Lomon are expected to return, and you can watch them in their school uniforms talk about the renewal in the new Season 2 announcement video from The Swoon's YouTube channel below:
As you can see in the teaser above, Cho Yi-hyun, who played Choi Nam-ra, confirmed All of Us Are Dead Season 2.
In a rough translation, she explains, “Now at Our School is going to see what will happen in Season 2. I have friends waiting for me.” Her statement could allude to the surprising cliffhanger ending involving her horror character Because the video also featuresYoon, it teases his K-drama character’s story is not over yet.
Yoon Chan-young, who played Lee Cheong-San in the show, is included in the video, suggesting that the story of his character is not over yet. In the Season 1 finale, Cheong-San made a major sacrifice for his friends, and it's considered to be one of the most heartbreaking death scenes ever, but viewers had various theories on how he's expected to survive the massive explosion.