A new teaser for Netflix’s Black Summer season 2 shows Jaime King’s Rose holding a man at gunpoint and giving him a dire warning.
A teaser new teaser for season 2 of Black summer was released on social media ahead of the show’s expected return to the streaming platform next week.
Posted on Netflix Geeked Twitter Mind you, the 54-second fast-forward begins with Rose (Jaime King) pointing a gun at a man and saying, “I don’t think you can stay.” When she asks why not, Rose explains, “I don’t know if you’re useful.”
The man responds by telling Rose, “I can’t go back there,” as a creature is heard growling behind the door. When he continues, “I can’t. I’ll die. Please, I’ll help you,” Rose insists that he leave and the man resists again. Then he says, “Then I’ll have to shoot you.”
Black summer is a prequel to the hit TV series Syfy zombie apocalypse Nation Z, which ran between 2014 and 2018. The prequel series was co-created by Nation Z executive producers Karl Schaefer and John Hyams and debuted on Netflix in April 2019 with eight-hour episodes. Both Schaefer and Hyams also serve as showrunners on the Netflix series.
Season 1 of the prequel series was set six weeks after the start of a zombie apocalypse and followed a mother named Rose as she tried to reunite with her teenage daughter Anna, from whom she was separated. Along the way, Rose also saw her husband Patrick (Ty Olsson) die in the process. In November 2019, the series was renewed for a second season, which will also consist of eight episodes.
Official Netflix Synopsis for Season 2 of Black summer read,
Winter arrives with new cold-blooded challenges during the zombie apocalypse as frenzied scavengers and violent militias battle the dead and desperate.
The one-minute teaser was released a few days after the first trailer for Black summer The second season debuted. The trailer begins with Rose saying with a voiceover, “My life has meaning. And it is her. No one else. I have no other choice.” The rest of the clip shows Rose and her daughter Anna moving into a new safe house in the middle of a freezing winter season and doing whatever it takes to stay alive, including going head-to-head with both zombies and survivors. rivals.
Co-created by John Hyams and Karl Schaefer, Black summer stars Jamie King, Justin Chu Cary, Kelsey Flower, Bobby Naderi, and Christine Lee. Season 2 hits Netflix on June 17.
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