Hellbound Season 2: What We Know So Far!
These days, suspense plays are the new audience favorite. Suspenseful K-dramas with a critical perspective on social beings and events, as well as thrill, always manage to attract attention and make it onto people's watchlists. Hellbound was one such drama that topped the charts.
Hellbound is based on the same-named webcomic and is set in a world where a tiny number of people get frightening visions that prophesy their deaths down to the hour. When the time is right, three demons appear and slay the person, carrying their soul to Hell with them. It's a horrible spectacle that doesn't stop for a second. Indeed, the first scene of the first episode displays the above-mentioned mechanism in action, with horrifying results.
The series has yet to be renewed for a second season by Netflix, although the first season ended in such a way that future stories based in this universe are likely to be conceivable. If it happens, here's what we'd expect.
When Will the Second Season of Hellbound Be Released?
Without an official Season 2 confirmation, there's no way of knowing when we'll see more episodes. However, assuming Netflix decides to pick it up quickly, the second season should be published approximately a year after the first.
On November 19, 2021, the first season of Hellbound premiered on Netflix. Because the season only had six episodes, a follow-up could make sense if it followed a similar course. Hellbound Season 2 is expected to premiere in late 2022, most likely in November or December.
Who's in the Cast of Hellbound Season 2?
The cast of Hellbound on Netflix is made up of a broad variety of people.
Some people become obsessed with the strange, otherworldly entities, while others try to weaken the cult's hold on power. The second season of Hellbound would almost probably cast Jin Kyeong-hoon (Yang Ik-June), Bae Young-Jae (Park Jeong-min), Song So-Hyun (Won Jin-ah), Min Hye-jin (Kim Hyun-Joo), and Jeong Jin-soo, among others (Yoo Ah-in). To quench the demons' desire, there must be enough new blood, so expect plenty of new faces in Hellbound Season 2.
What Is the Plot of Season 2 of Hellbound?
There are no suggestions as to what a second season might entail, but the Season 1 finale offers us a good idea of the horror show's possible direction. In the final seconds of the season, the camera zooms in on Park Jeong-charred JA's remains. Her death earlier in the season was utilized by the New Truth Society to scare the public into supporting their cause. She has been revived after appearing to be nice and dead.
It's an intriguing twist because it implies that the monsters' death isn't as permanent as previously assumed. There may be a method for resurrecting mankind, which would provide humanity with the hope it requires to battle these horrible events.
The first season focused mostly on humanity's response to the new threat. Is it possible that we will learn more about the monsters and why they chose to wipe humanity out? Hopefully, Netflix will renew the program soon so that we can discover what else this universe has in store for us.
Season 1's plot:
From 2022 to 2027, Hellbound takes place in South Korea. An angelic figure appears out of nowhere to deliver predictions known as decrees that sentence specific people to Hell at some point in the future, which could be seconds or years away. Three enormous supernatural animals appear almost simultaneously, mauling and incinerating the person's body in a dazzling display of power known as a demonstration. The New Truth Society, which resembles a cult, and the Arrowhead organization, which resembles a gang, gain influence by preying on people's fears.
Among the six episodes in the series, episodes 1–3 focus on a detective investigating mysterious incidents, the leader of the New Truth religious organization, and a principled attorney. The major protagonists, with the exception of the attorney, shift in episodes 4–6, which take place 5 years later and focus on a television producer and his wife who must deal with the possibility that their newborn kid is bound to Hell.
Netflix has given the green light to the production of an original series based on Yeon Sang-11-minute ho's webtoon Hellbound, which he authored and drew in 2002.
In late July, it was announced that Yoo Ah-in, Park Jeong-min, Kim Hyun-Joo, Won Jin-ah, Yang Ik-jun, Kim Shin-rok, Ryu Kyung-soo, and Lee Re will appear in the series in various roles.
The series was shot at Cube Indoor Studio from August 2020 until January 2021. The ancient Chungnam Provincial Government Buildings in Sunhwa-dong, Jung-gu, and the Hannam University Missionary Village in Daedeok-gu were used as filming locations outside.  On February 25, 2021, the director and cast of Hellbound debuted the TV series at a Netflix content roadshow.
Season 1 release:
The first three episodes of the series were screened in the ‘Primetime' section of the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival on September 9, 2021, making it the first Korean drama to be shown there. The first three episodes were also shown at the 65th BFI London Film Festival on October 15, 2021, in the ‘Thrill' section, and at the 26th Busan International Film Festival on October 7, 2021, in the newly constructed ‘On Screen' area. Netflix made it available for watching on November 19, 2021.