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“All of Us Are Useless” Season 2: All the things You Have to Know

As beforehand famous by Hypebae, Lee Jaekyu, the director of the collection, had famous that “the story was written with a second season in thoughts.” His thought was to proceed the story and Netflix is making that occur. “It might be nice if we might do a second season,” the director reportedly mentioned up to now, teasing that “if it had been to occur, there could be extra attention-grabbing tales.” Lee may focus extra on the “zombie survival” throughout its sophomore season, which might make sense. However… earlier than we get into that. Let’s recap for a second.

What is All of Us Are Useless about?

All of Us Are Useless follows a gaggle of scholars from Hyosan Excessive Faculty combating to outlive after a zombie virus spreads throughout the college and its surrounding areas. The collection is predicated on Joo Donggeun’s digital comedian on Webtoon referred to as Now at Our Faculty (similar because the collection’ unique title in Korean), which was first printed in 2009. 

At first, the collection may seem to be your typical zombie apocalypse story with coming-of-age parts sprinkled within the narrative, however All of Us Are Useless is definitely rife with cultural references and well timed allegories.

What number of episodes does All of Us Are Useless have?

In the intervening time, All of Us Are Useless options 12 episodes, clocking in at just below or over an hour every for a mixed complete of 728 minutes. (Imagine us, when you hit play on the primary episode, you’ll wish to watch the remaining immediately.)

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Who’s within the forged of All of Us Are Useless?

The collection facilities primarily round Nam Onjo, performed by 18-year-old Park Jihu, and her childhood pal, neighbor, and classmate Lee Cheongsan, performed by 20-year-old Yoon Chanyoung. Cho Yihyun additionally stars as mannequin pupil and sophistication president Choi Namra, whereas South Korean-Uzbek actor Park Solomon (also called Lomon) performs Lee Suhyeok.

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