South Korean series and movies have gained a lot of popularity and admiration from their viewers not only from the South Korean Netizens but across the whole globe. It all thanks to various digital platforms that made it easy for the viewers to stream and enjoy the series without worrying about anything else. When it comes to streaming different kinds of content, Netflix has no match. Netflix has a huge collection of hit South Korean series and movies to watch all day long and Kingdom is the best among them.
If you enjoy zombie TV series, there may not be another series like Kingdom. Debuted on 25th Jan 2019, Kingdom is Netflix’s original Korean series. The series is an adaptation of webcomic series named The Kingdom of the Gods, authored by Kim Eun-hee and drawn by Yang Kyung-il. After completing the first season, the second season of the series premiered on 13 March 2020 and once again proved to hit worldwide. And now the fans are curious about season 3. They are in wonder when the series will return for season 3. We are certain it would release eventually sooner or later. Here we are making theories or speculating everything about Netflix’s Kingdom Season 3.
Kingdom Season 3 Release Date
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, screenwriter Kim Eun-hee said that “For some odd reason, Kingdom is a series that gives me more energy the more I compose it. The cast and team all have extraordinary chemistry, and there’s so much more to tell. If audiences allow, I would love to see it progress even up to season 10.”
We are quite certain that the series will return for season 3 as some special bonus episodes titled “Kingdom: Ashin of the North” in production. It has been affirmed that Kingdom: Ashin of the North will be coming to Netflix in 2021 starring one of the top Korean actresses Jun Ji-Hyun. the director of Kingdom Kim Sung Hoon stated about these special bonus episodes that it will be a stepping stone to go beyond Kingdom 3.”
The entertainment industry was standstill because of the pandemic. The recording of films and shows was affected big time in 2020 and that is presumably the explanation we haven’t heard anything concrete about season 3. And that’s the reason, we could see the series delayed by no less than a few months. The probabilities of Kingdom season 3 to show up in 2021 looks hopeless. The soonest we could expect the series to get back to Netflix is 2022.
Kingdom Season 3 Cast
No declaration has been made concerning Kingdom Season 3. Thus, we could see the standard cast and character in season 3. The cast of the series includes Ju Ji-Hoon as Crown Prince Lee Chang, Kim Sung-kyu as Yeong-shin, Bae Doona as Seo-bi, Jeon Seok-ho as Cho Beom-pa, Ahn Eun-jin as Mu-Yeong’s wife.
In season 2, many cast members surrender to the plague, so they would probably not be returning.
Kingdom Season 3 Story Details
Kingdom Season 3 will pick up from where season 2 settled i.e., seven years and three months after the initial zombie outburst. In the last episodes of the subsequent second season, South Korean star Jun Ji Hyun showed up in a mysterious whole new role. She will have a prominent part in the following season. The Crown Prince has discovered that a lady named Ashin (Jun Ji-Hyun) has been keeping zombies alive, which brings up issues about her goal and where she came from. It will be intriguing to perceive what Jun Ji Hyun’s character up to. Kingdom.
The initial two stages of Kingdom clarify the what and where parts of the zombie episode, it’s likely that Kingdom season 3 will probably clarify the why.
Kingdom Special Episodes: Kingdom: Ashin of the North
Netflix will deliver a special episode of Kingdom called ‘Ashin of the North’ as a “side sequel”.
Fans would be glad to discover that “Kingdom: Ashin of the North” is set to deliver anytime in 2021. It will explore the character named Gianna Jun, depicted by Jun Ji-Hyun who is a mysterious lady, who could either be a local South Korean or conceivably from another country.
In Season 2, we saw the child being delegated King, while Seo-bi, Yeong-shin, and the previous Crown Prince explore the Northern Provinces. Soon after their appearance in an apparently vacant town, a mysterious female named Ashin shows up inside a house and stands close to the undead who are kept inside wooden boxes for some odious reason. These episodes will clarify her origin story, and how she associates with the outbreak.
Netflix delivered an 18-second teaser in November 2020 which does not include any enormous uncovers or secrets besides the way that it will deliver surely at some point in 2021.
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