We saw many horror productions on Netflix this year. One of them was the Indian TV series Betaal. The show, which was created, written, and directed by Patrick Graham, was broadcast to the audience with 4K video on Netflix. The first season of the series consisted of only four episodes. The details of the second season of the series, where there is plenty of zombie and mythological elements, are curious. So has Netflix renewed the series for a second season?
The first season of the Betaal has been published on May 24, 2020, with four episodes. Netflix has yet to renew Betaal for its second season. However, there is nothing to worry about yet. The renewal period of the series can sometimes take months. Not one year has passed since the release of the last season of Betaal. There is currently no leak that the production team is working on a second season. Netflix will make its evaluations for the second season and decide for the second season in line with the financial data.
Although the TV series producer has become popular in the country, evaluations around the world do not look very promising. Rotten Tomatoes critic ratings are 14%, and the IMDb score is also pretty low. This puts the second season at risk, but views are beyond everything. If Netflix renews the series for a second season, it will be on the screens in the summer of 2021. However, we are fifty-fifty percent of the possibility of renewal.
Betaal Season 2 Plot
In the second season of the Betaal series, which received adequate attention in the first season, the story will continue in an extremely exciting way. It is not too questionable to guess that the story, which will continue straight from the end of the first season, will take place around members of the CIPD. It is possible to say that the series that will continue to make you feel the war and the real horror is eagerly awaited. In general, the same story is expected to continue with the characters deepening, so it seems that there will not be much change in the cast. We will see actors such as Vineet Kumar, Aahana Kumra, Suchitra Pillai, Jatin Goswami, Siddharth Menon in the second season as well.
What Will We See in the Second Season of the Betaal?
So, are you asking what we will see in the second season of the Betaal? According to many previews made, it looks like we will continue to watch the CIPD squad completely eliminate the Betaal shrine in the second season. But there is one thing that will continue in season two: the squads never think that their behavior will evoke a real demon, and things will get much worse and more complicated.
We can say that this actually enables us to discover the main theme of the second season. In general, if the second season of the series is filmed, it is possible to say that this season will be extremely exciting, and many characters will feel extremely fearful as they face new dangers to emerge.
The drama seems to continue in the second season of the series as the leading role of Vineet Kumar Singh and Aahana Kumra. The majority of the characters associated with the second season prospects died in season 1 of the Betaal. Therefore, we are not sure whether it will be possible to focus on certain characters in the series’ future. The confusion that the first season has caused between the mythology and the zombie events seems to be resolved in the second season. It is possible to say that all the predictions made are in this direction. All the comments about the second season of the series are positive.
Is there a released trailer for season 2?
Betaal season 2 has not yet received confirmation from Netflix. In this case, it is not possible to see a trailer for the second season. A new trailer will be released about 1-2 months before the date we expect for the second season of the series. Some fan-made season 2 trailers are available on YouTube, but these are not official. For now, we present you the video showing how the drama was shot. Stay tuned for updates.
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