Hell is one of the many excellent K-Dramas that landed on Netflix in 2021, and already the series is proving to be hugely popular with subscribers. Netflix has yet to determine the future of k-drama, but we’ll be keeping track of everything you need to know about the second season of Hell.
Hell is a Netflix Original South Korean horror series written and directed by Yeon Sang-Ho and is an adaptation of the popular South Korean webtoon Hell. The series is already one of K-Drama’s biggest releases on Netflix in 2021, just behind the global phenomenon Squid Game.
Hell Season 2 Netflix Renewal Status
Netflix Official Renewal Status: Pending (Last Updated: 11/25/2021)
We are currently waiting for Netflix to decide the future of Hell, but considering that the k-drama has only been available to stream for a little under a week, it’s easy to see why it hasn’t been renewed yet.
Fortunately, we are already seeing the first signs that Hell could receive a second season thanks to the new way Netflix publishes audience figures. From November 15 to 21, was watched for 43,480,000 hours by subscribers around the world, which saw the drama climb to the top of the world rankings for non-English television.
Not only has Hell Performed well with hours of viewing, the series also made it to the top ten lists from 90 different countries. Many countries have seen Hellbound reach the top spot, and many more have made it into the top 3.
How popular Hell has become, we can expect to hear news of revival in the coming weeks.
What to expect from the second season of Hell?
In the dying moments of the first season, a shocking revelation that will forever change the world came when the ashes and remains of Park Jung Ja came together and resurrected the woman.
The doctrine of the New Truth was torn to shreds after several eyewitnesses saw what happened between Song So Hyun’s baby, who, despite a decree, lived after his parents sacrificed themselves to save their lives. newborn son.
More so, questions will be asked about the New Truth as the victims of the decrees begin to resurrect just like Park Jung Ja. However, if that means we will see the resurrection of former New Truth President Jung Jin Soo, would he use his new resurrection to spread a new gospel?
With the New Truth and the Arrowhead convincing the masses that all who have received decrees are sinners, sinners resurrected from Hell itself are likely to plunge society into complete collapse as the world attempts to understand the actions of ” God “.
When can we expect to see Hell season 2 on Netflix?
A release date for Hell season 2 is heavily dependent on when the series is renewed. We can use the production from the first season to give an educated guess as to when we might see Hellbound season 2 on Netflix.
Film for Hell started on September 17, 2020 and ended on January 18, 2021. So between the start of filming and the Netflix release date, it was just over fourteen months. This means that if we use fourteen months as a rough estimate, we will not see Hell season 2 on Netflix until 2023 at the earliest.
If the renewal happens and filming begins in the spring of 2022, we might see a release date in the late summer of 2023.
Potential release date: Summer 2023
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