The Netflix shared official teaser trailer of sci-fi thriller “Into the Night Season 2” on Thursday, 12 Aug 2021. Netflix first Belgian Original Series “Into the Night” was a biggest success in 2020 and it attracted attention towards the thrill seeking audience. Into the Night is a Belgian sci-fi drama thriller series based on science fiction novel written by Jacek Dukaj called Old Axolotl.
The well-crafted Belgian story takes place into post-apocalyptic world where people experiencing global disaster from solar radiation from the sun. Any exposure to the sun is bad, then some survivors on board a flight to Brussels to outrun the anomaly from the sun. Into the night Season one is ended with glimpses of new hope for the survivors to avoid the sun in the cover of night.
The Flight land the in Bulgaria and they have to get into the bunker in 30 minutes before sunrise. They split into two groups and heading towards the survivor community bunker. Both the group are managing to get into survivor bunker but the hijacker Terenzio was left behind to die. After that the leader of the camp tells Sylvie that they may have a plan to survive in the outside world without being affected.
If we look into the teaser trailer we saw travellers face the flurry of new crises and rising tensions with their military hosts. There are some unanswered questions about into the night season one that what is causing this destruction to happen? – Can Sylvie is reunited with the Rest of the group – what is the new plan to survive this catastrophe?
Netflix announced that Into the Night season 2 is set to premiere on 8 September 2021 in Netflix streaming platform. This mysterious cosmic event will leads the New Season into the new heights. Check out the teaser of Into the night Season 2:-
Into the Season 2 star cast will be Pauline Etienne as Sylvie Bridgette Dubois, Laurent Capelluto as Mathieu Daniel Douek, Stefano Cassetti as Terenzio Matteo Gallo, Mehmet Kurtulus as Ayaz Kobanbay, Babetida Sadjo as Laura Djalo, Jan Bijvoet as Richard “Rik” Mertens, Ksawery Szlenkier as Jakub Kieslowski, Vincent Londez as Horst Baudin, Regina Bikkinina as Zara Oblonskaya, Alba Gala Bellugi as Ines Melanie Ricci, Nabil Mallat as Osman Azizi, Nicolas Alechine as Dominik Oblonsky and Astrid Whettnall as Gabrielle Renoir.