The American zombie apocalypse drama, Netflix original web television series, created by Karl Schaefer and John Hyams; Black Summer is all set to return with its Season 2. Yes, Netflix has renewed the series for its second season and fans are less than happy and excited about the news. Like many other production houses, the series came to a halt due to the pandemic. Looking at the progress, it can be safely anticipated that the series may be telecasted somewhere in 2022. Originally the series was supposed to hit the streaming platform in 2021.
A Zombie series, it’s a story of a mother (Lead actress Jaime King in as Rose) who gets separated from her daughter Anna in the early and most fatal days of a zombie apocalypse. The story embarks her gripping tale, a harrowing journey to find her daughter.
The cast and the storyline are still under the wraps for Season 2 and there is not much information surfacing the internet as well. Season 1 is expected to see some fresh faces along with the previous actors from Season 1. The shooting of the series is expected to start next year, with most of the filming to be executed in Calgary, Alberta in Canada. Jaime King has hinted that the season 2 story will keep you on the edge and viewers will be presented with something they have not expected at all.
Season 1 was screened on Netflix on April 11, 2019, and has 8 episodes. The series was directed by Hyams, with Abram Cox writing and directing additional episodes. It was produced by The Asylum, Production Company behind Z Nation.
In the United Kingdom, Black Summer Season 1 was considered the most-watched show on Netflix in the month of April 2019. Trailer of the series is not out yet and usually is expected to be released a month before the release. Everyone who is related to the movie is tight-lipped about revealing more details about the series.
So, all we can hope is to wait uncomplainingly for some more time and hoping that the world gets over with the pandemic soon.