Alice in Borderland Season 2 Release Date, Poster Look, Cast, Teaser, Story, Plot!

Based on the Haro Aso manga of the same name, Alice in Borderland (Japanese:, Hepburn: Imawa no Kuni no Arisu) is a 2020 Japanese science fiction thriller drama streaming television series. The series, which was directed by Shinsuke Sato, features Kento Yamazaki and Tao Tsuchiya as pals who are stranded in an abandoned Tokyo and forced to compete in risky games, the nature of which are dictated by playing cards. Players begin with “visas,” which are then extended as they advance through the games. If the visas run out, the people are blasted down with red lasers and put to death.

Alice in Borderland Season 2 Release Date!

On December 24, 2020, various social media accounts for Netflix around the world released a statement about the upcoming second season of the drama series Alice in Borderland. In December 2022, the season will be made available on Netflix.

Proper release date is not available yet on the web.

Poster Look

Here is the first poster look of Alice in Borderland season 2.

Cast details

Even though not every cast member from Alice in Borderland’s first season is able to return, it appears that Kento Yamazaki, Tao Tsuchiya, Nijiro Murakami, Aya Asahina, and Riisa Naka will, so viewers should be interested to see what the programme has in store for their characters going forward. For season two, Sho Aoyagi, Dori Sakurada, and Ayaka Miyoshi were added to the cast.

The official synopsis for season 2 of Alice in Borderland has not yet been released by Netflix, but it will undoubtedly continue where the first season left off. There are lots more stories left to be told in the manga, which has 18 volumes and 87 chapters.

Alice in Borderland Season 2 Teaser

On Sept. 24, Netflix dropped the first teaser for the upcoming second season.

Alice in Borderland Season 2 Story and Plot

By the end of the first season, Arisu had not only survived a number of perilous games but had also lost his friends Chota and Korube. That led him to the last game of Ten of Hearts, where everyone had to find the “Witch” who had been hiding among them. After a truly horrifying massacre, Arisu learns that Momoka was the Witch, leading to the revelation that she and Asahi had been deliberately undermining the game.

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As a result, Arisu and Usagi are eventually directed to the control room, where they run with a stranger named Mira who informs them about an altogether separate set of games happening in Tokyo City. That suggests Arisu’s involvement in the game is far from over, and this new controller might be far riskier than those who came before her.

Although Netflix has not yet revealed what will happen next, Mira will undoubtedly play a significant part as the Big Bad going forward. And even while her games might differ from what we’ve seen so far, they will unquestionably follow the same fatal pattern.

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