Geeked Week special Alice in Borderland has presented the fans with amazing news! Netflix has revealed photographs from Alice in Borderland Season 2 with Netflix’s Geeked Week delivering all of the promised exclusive programs to the fans.
Among the several teasers and announcements made during the Geeked Week special Alice in Borderland, Netflix has released some images from the show. Fans already know that the series is a suspense show based on Haro Aso’s comic of the same title and produced by Shinsuke Sato, but what news did they reveal during the Geeked Week special Alice in Borderland?
The series star Kento Yamazaki and Tao Tsuchiya, and includes two pals who are compelled to engage in fatal card games in order to survive, engaging the viewers with an amazing plot similar to Squid Game. The survivors are awarded as they accomplish tasks, and if they cannot complete the tasks, they are killed.
Alice in Borderland is also rumored to appear on Netflix in December 2020, but are the rumors true, and were they confirmed during the Geeked Week special Alice in Borderland? It is possible the new season could beat competitor Korean Netflix series Squid Game, but Alice in Borderland is actually more similar to Battle Royale (2000) and Cube (1997). Anyways, is it true that Alice in Borderland was extended for a Season 2? Let’s find out below.
Geeked Week special Alice in Borderland provided us an early glimpse at the show’s 2nd season with photos, and “The next stage of the game has begun,” Netflix accompanied the news with the tweet. It looks like the rumors are true and Season 2 of the show will be available on Netflix.
— Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked) June 6, 2022
Yki Morinaga, Keita Machida, Ayame Misaki, Nijir Murakami, Yutaro Watanabe, and Sho Aoyagi all appear in the next season according to the news of Geeked Week special Alice in Borderland, and if you remember that in the last episode, Arisu and Usagi uncovered many recordings from a person who died by suicide. The main characters located the lair shockingly, keeping us all on the edges of our seats. It looks like the lair is where the gamemasters supervise the games, and they found out that gamemasters actually are fellow participants, which gave the show a dark twist.
The show had a suspenseful ending, and there was much news revealed on Geeked Week special Alice in Borderland. Season 2 of Alice in Borderland is expected to premiere on Netflix in December 2022 according to the claims made in Geeked Week special Alice in Borderland.
Alice in Borderland Episode Guide
The official synopsis of Alice in Borderland is that a group of bored teenagers is sent to a desolate version of Tokyo as part of a perilous survival game, and the show is based on Haro Aso’s manga, but in which order can viewers watch this show?
Season 1 of the show was released in December 2020 with all the episodes being revealed at the same time. You can follow the natural order of the release.
How to Watch Alice in Borderland
Alice in Borderland is a tremendously entertaining new Japanese Netflix series that also goes in the steps of the Squid Game, converting Tokyo into an alternative realm, and making people play games at the stake of their lives. Those confined there must participate in lethal contests to live, and this captivating series is a must you undoubtedly want to watch. However, the only place you can watch the show is Netflix. Let’s keep diving deep into the Geeked Week special Alice in Borderland news.
Alice in Borderland Season 2
Behind the scenes, Alice in Borderland is preparing for a new season as it was announced during the Geeked Week special Alice in Borderland. You can find the video of the announcement below.
Kuina Alice in Borderland
Alice in Borderland debuted on Netflix in December 2020 and it follows a group of naïve individuals as they play deadly games. Aya Asahina, who plays Hikari Kuina, is one of the cast members who joined near the conclusion of the series, and there were many who were curious about her. Aya is a 28-year-old Japanese model and actress and she is well-known for her parts in Girl Gun Lady and Grand Blue, in addition to Alice in Borderland.
She plays Hikari who is a dweller of The Beach as the residents of The Beach are working together to acquire as many cards as possible, and Hikari conspires with Chishiya to take Hatter’s cards. In a flashback, it is revealed that Hikari is transsexual and that her father kicked her out of the house for that reason.