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COVID-19 Causes Yet Another Halt In Black Summer Season 2 Production!!

The most popular Netflix zombie-thriller series, Black Summer, was renewed for season two. However, COVID-19 may cause a delay in the release date of this series as well.


Black Summer' Season 2: Production Delayed Due to Coronavirus ...

Also, Black Summer received a lot of love for its first-ever season on Netflix, creating a vast fandom. Black Summer is a prequel to Z-Nation, the beloved crazy zombie series. It has a darker tone to it compared to Z-nation. Season 1 of Black Summer was considered the most popular zombie series, and it premiered on April 11, 2019. A few months later, Netflix demanded a renewal for season two on November 20, 2019.

The production process for Black Summer season 2 began this year, and the filming was taking place in Calgary, Canada. However, since the outbreak of coronavirus, causing a global pandemic, lockdown orders have been put down to avoid further spread of the virus. Naturally, the lockdown orders have produced a halt in the production since March 18, 2020. The Black Summer team suggested a lockdown for about two weeks, but there is no news of the production being resumed yet.

This causes a delay in the release date of Black Summer season 2.


After Rose eventually found her daughter in season one and the finale was a happy ending, fans are confused as to what to expect from season two. Well, we’re here to tell you that there’s a lot of room left for Season two.

In season 1, they hinted at a tsunami, but which never took place, resulting in fans to forget about it altogether. Perhaps, the tsunami was meant for season 2. Considering how useless the protagonists are as zombie assassins, a tidal wave of zombies can be possible.

Moving on, since the Netflix series is a prequel of Z-Nation, there could probably be chances of it getting linked in season 2, explaining why a lot of crisis was faced in Z- Nation. This will help fans connect the dots.


Vaagisha Singh
Vaagisha Singh is a senior writer at The Innersane, where she covers media and advertising and co-hosts the Original Content podcast. Previously, She has worked as a tech writer at Adweek, a senior editor at the tech blog VentureBeat, and a local government reporter at the Pop Culture Times. She attended DU University And Loves Dogs

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