It's official: Season two of Netflix's hit dystopian live-action thriller series Alice in Borderland is slated for a December 2022 premiere.
Netflix Japan announced their upcoming slate for 2022 during the two-day Netflix Japan Festival 2021 in Tokyo on Wednesday, November 10. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Netflix will be adding 50 new titles of Japanese content to the platform, including a mix of live-action and animated series and films.
Season two of Alice in Borderland, which will be directed by original director Shinsuke Satō, is currently in production. Kento Yamazaki will be reprising his lead role as Ryōhei Arisu and Tao Tsuchiya will be returning as Yuzuha Usagi.
Alice in Borderland is based on Haro Asa's popular manga of the same name. The first season made its Netflix debut in December 2020 and quickly made its way to the Top 10 watches of several countries, including the Philippines. In the same month, Netflix confirmed a season two for the hit show.
The series follows Arisu, a "listless, jobless, and video-game-obsessed young man" who finds himself in a dystopian version of Tokyo with his friends, where they must play dangerous games to survive. There, they meet Usago, a young woman navigating the games alone. – Rappler.com