Black Summer is the most famous American web television series which is created by Karl Schaefer and John Hyams. Season 1 was released in April 2019, which consists of 8 episodes. The series premiered on Netflix. The series gathers moderate approval from the critics. The anticipation of season 2 is high among the audience. In November 2019, the creators renewed the series for season 2 with eight episodes.
Brief Details About Black Summer Season 2 –
Initially, the creators planned for a 2020 release, but due to the current situation, the planned was dropped. The global pandemic has forced the creators to halt the series. Now the audience can expect it to release in 2021, but nothing can be confirmed until official announcements are made.
Jaime King, one of the lead cast, expressed her happiness in her twitter account for the making of season 2. As per reports, Jaime will also produce the show. The tweet goes as “So excited to announce Black Summer season to you proud to star and produce this series with the most incredible human beings and artists!”
The filming is again happening in Calgary, Canada, which was confirmed by the creator in his twitter account. The previous cast will be back in season 2 as well. There is no confirmation on the new cast. Even not much details are available regarding the plot of the new season. The audience will have to wait until further announcements are made.
Brief Background Of Black Summer –
The Asylum produced the series and Hyams and Abram Cox being the writer and the director of the series. Most of the shooting happened in Calgary, Alberta, in Canada.
A mother name Rose is shown who is separated from her daughter during the earliest and most deadly days of a zombie apocalypse. She marks on a distressing journey without stopping anywhere to find her daughter. She braves a hostile new world. She makes brutal decisions during the most deadly summer of a zombie apocalypse. She joins strangers to find her daughter.
Main Cast Of Black Summer –
Justin Chu Cary, Jaime King, Christine Lee, Kelsey Flower, Erika Hau, Sal Velez Jr., Gwynyth Walsh, Mustafa Alabssi, Nyren B. Evelyn, Edsson Morales, Aidan Fink, Kash Hill, Stafford Perry, Christian Fraser, Nathaniel Arcand, Tom Carey, Ty Olsson, Zoe Marlett, Lonni Olson