"Alice in Borderland," a science fiction action thriller based on the popular manga of the same name, was a big hit on Netflix. And to no one's surprise, fans are looking forward to a sequel of the critically praised series with a perfect Rotten Tomatoes score.

It will be interesting to watch how things progress if there are other levels to this risky game after the thrilling last entry of the first run of episodes.

The wicked and twisted "Hunger Games" meets "Saw"-styles of death-defying survival tasks for players unexpectedly transported to some form of parallel realm provided plenty of scary, edge-of-your-seat moments. Forbes even compared "Alice in Borderland" to "Squid Game," another popular Korean series.

Netflix Life said "Alice in Borderland" received overwhelmingly good reviews, including acclaim for its cinematography, aesthetics, editing and horrific violence with no holds barred. To say the least, the drama featuring Kento Yamazaki as Arisu and Tao Tsuchiya as Usagi has been a rewarding venture.

"Alice in Borderland" season 1 is currently available on Netflix. The first chapter consists of eight episodes with running times ranging from 41 to 52 minutes. It didn't take that long for Netflix to understand that the world wanted more. "Alice in Borderland" season 2 was revealed just two weeks after the first season. The news was shared on social media, along with a thought-provoking video clip.

There are still more stories to use. Therefore it's safe to believe that "Alice in Borderland" season 2 will be even better. When the show returns, it will be interesting to watch how Arisu, Usagi, Chishiya and Kuina fare in the next round of this deadly game.

It is uncertain how many episodes will make up "Alice in Borderland" season 2 when it premieres. It's safe to presume they'll use the same number of episodes as the first edition, which means another eight installments.

There is also no indication on when filming for "Alice in Borderland" season 2 will begin. But Oracle Globe speculated that the show, like most others, is managed by a yearly production service. However, because there has been no formal announcement as of yet, it is impossible to say whether the Netflix original series' principle photography timetable follows those estimates.

Other reports have projected that the show will return in late 2021, which appears to be the best guess. There's a chance that fans will have to wait until 2022 to find out what happens next. Still, for the time being, Netflix has yet to confirm these rumors about "Alice in Borderland" Season 2.

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