“Kingdom Season 2” Secures Global Premiere Date, Launches Main Poster & Video Teaser
Mark your calendars Kingdom fans! The highly-anticipated series is ready to continue its chilling battle in March.
On February 6, Netflix confirms the worldwide launch date of Kingdom Season 2 to be on March 13. Additionally, the main poster and motion key art are also unveiled.
Picking up from the events of the first season, an epidemic turns Joseon into chaos. The quenchless greed of the Cho family results to a hell on earth with people infected by the malady increasing exponentially in numbers.
In Kingdom Season 2, Crown Prince Lee Chang continues his desperate, bloody struggle, with no one he can trust to help him.
Blood will Spill
The main poster depicts the main characters on a rooftop, fleeing from a flock of zombies who are growing at a rapid rate. This scene reckons the cliff-hanging finale of season 1. That is an imminent onslaught by an army of zombies who, despite the break of dawn, do not fall back to sleep in the daytime as they had before.
The tagline, ‘Blood Will Spill’ foreshadows the increasing terror experienced by those running for their lives and running out of options. Each character’s face is marked by hopeless desperation, but they are all determined to survive the agonizing struggle that awaits them in season 2 of Kingdom.
🚨 THE ZOMBIES ARE HERE. 🚨 Kingdom S2 arrives on March 13.
Posted by Netflix on Wednesday, 5 February 2020
Meanwhile, the accompanying motion key art depicts the main characters: Crown Prince Lee Chang, Cho Hak-ju, Seo-bi, Mu-yeong, Yeong-sin, Beom-pal, and the Queen. Joining the cast of Kingdom Season 2 is the head of the Royal Commandery Division, Min Chi-rok.
Lee Chang (Ju Ji Hoon) is tougher now and more determined, as he fights to protect his people from the growing legions of zombies. Cho Hak-ju (Ryu Seung Ryong) continues to be power-hungry, while Seo-bi (Bae Doo Na) is on the brink of a breakthrough with the resurrection plant.
Mu-yeong (Kim Sang Ho) is still steadfastly looking after Chang, and Yeong-sin (Kim Sung Kyu) is fiercer than ever. Terror-stricken Beom-pal is also in the picture while the Queen’s character is introduced with her expressionless demeanor.
Ramping up the tension for Season 2 is the new character Min Chi-rok, who investigates a suspicious murder in Hanyang.
Aiming to continue its captivating story, Prince Lee Chang journeys back to Hanyang in search of the roots of the plague and the bloody struggle instigated by the secret plot of Joseon’s seat of power.
Kingdom season 2 starts streaming via Netflix beginning March 13.
PR Source: Netflix