Hellbound will return for Season 2; it has been announced. The South Korean series, which will debut on Netflix in September 2021, depicts the story of otherworldly beings who manifest in spectacular ways to send victims to Hell.
Although the program proved popular with viewers, Netflix did not officially announce its renewal until TUDUM fan event.
This news was conveyed through the season 2 teaser video. Adapted from the famous South Korean webtoon Hell, Hellbound is South Korean Netflix Original horror series created and directed by Yeon Sang-Ho.
What can we anticipate from Hellbound Season 2?
Park Jung Ja’s ashes and bones come together at the end of the first season. They bring about the lady’s revival, a shocking discovery that will permanently change the course of history.
Baby Song So Hyun, despite being given the verdict, was alive when his parents gave themselves up to save their newborn son, destroying the concept of the New Truth in the eyes of some witnesses.
When others affected by the decree start to come back to life, like Park Jung Ja, more and more worries will arise about the New Truth.
As the world tries to understand the activities of “God”, New Truth and Arrow Heads will likely cause catastrophic societal collapse by convincing society that anyone who accepts judgment is a sinner.
Who plays what role in Hellbound Season 2?
Yoo Ah Soo was initially slated to reprise his role as Jung Jinsu for the second season of Hellbound. However, he was replaced as a result of a police investigation in South Korea into alleged drug use.
Positive hash and propofol tests as a result of police investigation. Such use violates South Korea’s Narcotics Control Act for the drugs.
Yoo Ahn Soo’s hair also tested positive for drugs, including cocaine and ketamine. Actor Kim Sung Cheol has replaced Yoo Ah Soo’s position as Jung Jinsu.
When can we anticipate Hellbound season 2 on Netflix?
While there is no hint of what Season 2 will involve, Season 1’s conclusion offers a solid idea of the horror series’ path. In the final minutes of the season, the camera focuses on the charred remains of JA Park Jeong-rok (Kim Shin-rok).
He died early in the season, and the New Truth Society broadcast his death to scare others into supporting their cause. However, he abruptly came alive after appearing dead and was in excellent form.
This is an interesting development as it implies that the monster’s death may not be as final as one might think. There may be a method to bring the dead back to life, giving humanity hope to help stop this terrible tragedy.
The first season mainly thinking about how people respond to new risks.