Black Summer is a prophetically catastrophic series made by Karl Schaefer and John Hyams. The show previously debuted in April 2019, and after over 2 years, Black Summer season 2 has at long last begun streaming on the OTT streaming platform Netflix. The zombie-thriller series gets more gory, dark, and scary with the second season, which was released today, on June 17, 2021.
Black Summer 2’s release
After a huge delay of more than two years, fans of the zombie-thriller show Black Summer can at last view the second season of the series on Netflix, which debuted today, June 17, 2021. Like any remaining shows on Netflix, Black Summer season 2 release time is relied upon to be at 12 AM. Subscribers of Netflix in India can stream the prophetically calamitous series from 1.30 PM on Thursday. According to Eastern Time, the show will be accessible to watch at 3 AM on June 17, 2021. For the watchers in Australia, Black Summer season 2 on Netflix will be accessible to watch from 7 PM, while the British crowd can stream the series from 8 AM. Every one of the eight episodes of the latest season would be transferred on the double.
More about the show
The official synopsis of the series reads, “Six weeks after the start of the zombie apocalypse, Rose is separated from her daughter, Anna, and she embarks on a harrowing journey to find her. Thrust alongside a small group of refugees in North America, she must brave a hostile new world and make brutal decisions during the most deadly summer of a zombie apocalypse”. The first season, comprising of 8 episodes, was released on Netflix on April 11, 2019. The series is produced by The Asylum, a similar production organization behind Z Nation, and is composed and coordinated by John Hyams. The show was renewed for a second season in November 2019.
Black Summer 2 cast
Hollywood actor Jaime King stars ahead of the lead role as Rose, a mother who is separated from her daughter during the soonest and most lethal days of a zombie end times. Different actors in the show incorporate Justin Chu Cary as Julius James, Christine Lee as Ooh “Sun” Kyungsun, Kelsey Flower as Lance, and Sal Velez Jr as William. Most of the series was recorded in Calgary, Alberta in Canada.
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