Snowpiercer Season 2 Trailer Hints at a Civil War

Snowpiercer Season 2 Release Date: The TNT drama series’ dramatic latest trailer shows tensions rising between the residents of Snowpiercer and the enigmatic Mr. Wilford. Snowpiercer’s other thrilling trailer for season 2 has arrived, and its main character guarantees that the apocalypse is not always that bad.

The post-apocalyptic thriller is set in a nightmarish future based on the 2013 film of the same name (which was directed by Parasite’s Bong Joon-Ho and starred Chris Evans), where Earth is a frozen wasteland and the only surviving humans are Snowpiercer riders, a massive train that never stops running.

After years of production, season 1 premiered on TNT in May 2020, and the cast of the show is headed by Jennifer Connelly and Daveed Diggs from Hamilton.

About the new trailer of Snowpiercer Season 2

The latest trailer gives further glimpses of the most thrilling addition to the cast of Snowpiercer in season 2: Sean Bean as Mr. Wilford, the Great Ark train’s billionaire builder.

Wilford was confirmed to be alive as an integral antagonist in the original film as part of the major finale cliffhanger of season 1.

Snowpiercer Season 2

His position has been teased in promotional photos for the show in the coming season and his presence is sure to shake things up, particularly when tensions are still running high and according to Sam these characters are one dirty look away from a civil war.

In the shape of the quirky and dangerous Wilford, the second season of Snowpiercer promises dramatic suspense, spectacular battle scenes, and a classic British villain.

The planet may have frozen over, but when the trailer sets up a face-off between Wilford and the inhabitants of Snowpiercer, who refuse to concede, things are surely heating up. Season 2 of Snowpiercer, with everything at stake, is sure to be dramatic as it premieres on 25 January.

About the show:

On a luxurious train that plows through snow and ice, Earth’s Second Ice Age pioneers live out their days. By taking over the engine room, the train’s poorest inhabitants, living in the squalid caboose, hope to change their lot.

Since its international release, Snowpiercer received critical praise and featured on the top ten lists of several film critics of 2014. Praise was mainly aimed at his vision, direction, and performances, particularly Evans’s and Swinton’s.

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