If you’re a Netflix fan of Alice In Borderland, we have some exciting news for you concerning Season 2’s release date. But first, let’s define Alice In Borderland, because this program’s popularity has skyrocketed after a South Korean show called Squid Game was launched on Netflix. Alice in Borderland is a live-action Netflix Original based on Hara Aso’s manga of the same name. Shinsuke Sato directed the series, which was written by Yasuko Kuramitsu. Netflix has handed Alice in Borderland an early Christmas present by renewing the series just two weeks after it premiered throughout the world (on Christmas Eve, no less). The news came from a number of Netflix social media pages throughout the world.
If you are looking for another manga series then we have many in the list like FAIRY TAIL, ULTRAMAN SEASON 2 and THAT TIME I GOT REINCARNATED AS A SLIME SEASON 3.
Interesting things you must Know About Alice in Borderland Season
- This rendition of Alice in Borderland was so well-received that it made Netflix’s Top 10 lists in over 50 countries, including Japan, Thailand, Taiwan, Vietnam, Hong Kong, and, of course, Singapore. Despite its popularity in many countries, the series has failed to crack the Top 10 lists of Netflix’s most important markets, including the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. It did, however, place seventh on the Canada list, so it’s still unclear how well the series will fare in the future.
- Even if the streets were generally desolate during the peak time of COVID-19 infections in the country, it’s difficult to envision one of the world’s most restless cities fully empty and devoid of people. The universe of Alice in Borderland, on the other hand, gives us just that — a completely empty Tokyo, save for the likes of the players, and scenes that we wouldn’t normally be able to view in real life.
- Shibuya Crossing, one of the world’s most renowned junctions, would be nothing if it weren’t for the masses of people crossing it in several directions, which were more packed than any NTUC FairPrice shop when Singapore was still under DORSCON Orange. You, like many others, may be asking how they were able to shoot at a nearly desolate Shibuya Crossing – the major sequences were actually shot on an open set lot at Ashikaga Scramble City Studio, which has a Shibuya Crossing replica.
- While our world is fighting for survival through the means we are familiar with, such as hoarding masks and scrambling for toilet paper, Alice in Borderland tells the storey of three friends who, just as they were growing tired of life, are whisked away to a dystopian version of Tokyo where they must fight for their lives by playing games.
Is Alice in Borderland Season 2 Releasing Soon?
The first season covered around 31 chapters of the manga, leaving another 33 chapters to be covered in the second season. Throughout the first season, Arisu, the series’ hero, had been dealt a bad hand. Initially arriving with two of his pals, Korube and Chota, Arisu’s buddies eventually sacrificed themselves to secure Arisu’s advancement.
The ten of hearts game, in which the people of the beach had to correctly identify who the “Witch” was, was the season’s conclusion. Many participants were slain in the turmoil of the game as a result of the infighting, but Arisu was able to accurately identify the identity of the Witch, revealing it to be Momoka. Following Niragi’s destruction of the beach home, the contestants disposed of the witch’s body on a bonfire, thereby ending the game.
Momoka and Asahi were not rivals, but rather dealers, as Arisu and Usagi learned. The dealers’ job was to derail games in return for visas. Arisu and Usagi were able to find the subterranean control room thanks to the evidence on Momoka’s phone, but the gamemasters had been slain, as they suspected.
Due to possible easter eggs observed in the last minutes of season 1, fans of the series speculated on a 2021 release date. Multiple buildings with advertising for 2021 were visible as the blimps floated overhead, despite the fact that the show’s return is exceedingly unlikely (if not impossible) in 2021. Because COVID-19 is still wreaking havoc in Japan, filming couldn’t start right away (just look at any Olympics coverage for more details on that).