Hellbound Season 2: Director Yeon Sang Ho Teases a Possibility

‘Hellbound Season 2′ looks pretty much possible given the series’ growing popularity. Just a day after its release which happened on November 19, the supernatural drama climbed to be the top of Netflix’s global Top 10 non-English shows. Even director Yeon Sang Ho claimed that he was “confused and stunned” to find “Hellbound” trending at No. 1 on Netflix.

This dark fantasy series is based on a webtoon of the same name and has six episodes with a runtime of 50 to 60 minutes. The show tells the story where humans face a terrifying supernatural phenomenon- emissaries from hell appear on Earth without warning and condemn people to hell. Amidst this chaos, a religious group emerges, gaining instant popularity as the people desperately search for the reason behind the occurrence of this frightening strange phenomenon. The show stars Yoo Ah In, Kim Hyun Joo, Park Jung Min, Won Jin Ah, Yang Ik Joon, and Lee Re.

Is Hellbound Season 2 Happening?

Currently, ‘Hellbound’ has surpassed ‘Squid Game’ to become the world’s most-watched Netflix series. Given the hype ‘Squid Game’ generated, this milestone is a rather phenomenal mark for a series as new as ‘Hellbound’. The director of the series during a conversation with Herald Pop teased the possibility of a season 2 happening given the fact that the way the show ends is pretty different from the way the webtoons end, leaving a door open.

‘The Train to Busan’ director noted, “I wouldn’t say it’s a second season, but writer Choi Gyu Seok and I had been creating a story since the summer about what happens afterwards.” Even though the director has not hinted towards a live-action adaptation to mark ‘Hellbound Season 2’, the fact the story is on the way gives the audience hope and with the noted fame the series is receiving it could be just a matter of time before Netflix greenlights the show’s second season.

Meanwhile, if you haven’t watched ‘Hellbound’, you can catch it now on Netflix. To read our review of the same, click here.

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