Sweet Home Season 2 Update: The post-apocalyptic K-drama Sweet Home on Netflix is coming back! The streamer formally renewed the show for two further, back-to-back seasons on June 15. It has been revealed that Season 1 director Lee Eung-bok will return to lead both Seasons 2 and 3.
According to a statement from Netflix, “In these additional seasons, Sweet Home will take on a grander scale with an expanded plot and cast.”
On December 18, 2020, Netflix released the first season of Sweet Home, which peaked at number three and became the streaming service’s first-ever South Korean original series to reach the top 10 in the country. Later, it grabbed the principal place in eight worldwide areas and appeared in 42 regions’ Top 10.
The Naver WEBTOON of the same name by Kim Carnby and Hwang Young-cha served as the inspiration for Sweet Home.
When will the second season of Sweet Home premiere on Netflix?
Expect no formal release date for Season 2 of Netflix’s Sweet Home any time soon, but we’ll keep you informed here on Epicstream.com as quickly as the streaming service confirms one.
Unfortunately, Sweet Home Season 2 is not on Netflix’s list of movies and TV series arriving in September 2022. Therefore, the second season will probably not be published until late 2023 or later.
Has Netflix Published A Teaser Or Trailer?
The trailer for Sweet Home’s next two seasons, which you can see below, was recently published by Netflix.
Naturally, considering the simultaneous production of Seasons 2 and 3 was just recently announced, I don’t anticipate a full trailer to appear any time soon. According to a statement from Netflix, “In these additional seasons, Sweet Home will take on a grander scale with an expanded plot and cast.”
What will happen in the follow-up to Sweet Home?
Lee Eung-Bok, the director of Netflix’s Sweet Home, has previously indicated that he wants the series to remain faithful to the webtoon it is based on. Despite the filmmakers’ best efforts, Season 1 of Sweet Home included several significant deviations from the original material, including a revised plot and a few brand-new characters.
Lee mentioned that he and his crew had already finalized the story for Season 2 during a press conference for Sweet Home.
According to Soompi’s translation of Lee, “While we were writing, we finished the conclusion of the tale ourselves, so there are a few things that popped out after we were done.” We would want to present the creatures we could not include if the chance arose.
Cha Hyun-soo (Song Kang) and a gang of neighbors came together in Season 1 to face out against dangerous monsters to destroy civilization. In the first season’s ten episodes, the heroes of Sweet Home must choose whether to work together or alone, leading to significant character growth and storyline twists.
The military apprehended Hyun Soo after narrowly fleeing the Green Home, but Sang Wook (Lee Jin Wook) arrived with his burn wounds repaired. Without giving too much away, Season 2 is anticipated to intensify the antagonism that started in Season 1.
During the unveiling, Lee said, “Season 2 would contain a new setting.” The technical aspects that we weren’t able to polish in Season 1 will, in my opinion, be polished in Season 2, he said.
Who Will Return In The Sweet Home Season 2 Cast?
Song Kang and Lee Jin-UK, the stars of Sweet Home, will undoubtedly return for Seasons 2 and 3, as will Lee Si-young, Ko Min-si, and Park Kyu-young. In addition, Yoo Oh-Seong, Oh Jung-Se, Kim Moo-yeol, and Jung Jin-young are new cast members. The character of Sergeant Tak In Hwan, who is in charge of the Special Forces Guard established to safeguard the populace’s safety from monsters, will be played by Yoo Oh Sung (The Veil, Tomb of the River).
The doctor I’m will be portrayed by Oh Jung Se (Jirisan, It’s Okay to Not Be Okay, When the Camelia Blooms), a researcher who specializes in vaccinations. Kim Young Hoo, a former UDT (Republic of Korea Navy Special Warfare Flotilla) sergeant and current second-in-command of the Special Forces Guard, will be portrayed by Kim Moo Yeol (Juvenile Justice, Grid).
Actor Jung Jinyoung (Police University, My First Love) will show Special Forces Guard, Private Park Chan Young. Netflix renewed Sweet Home, and the streaming service also released images of the actors wearing similar shirts with “Sweet Home” Seasons 2 and 3 written on them.