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Guardian: The Lonely And Great Gods Insights Into SEASON 2 Renewal And PLOT-TWISTS

Guardian: The Lonely and Great God is a popular Korean drama. Season one of Guardian: The Lonely and Great God was first released in the year 2016. The first season of the drama went on for a year. After the last episode of season 1 of Guardian: The Lonely and Great God streamed, fans of the show have been waiting for a Season 2 renewal.

But the showrunners have given an ultimatum about the season renewal. There has been much hullabaloo going on about the very season renewal of Guardian: The Lonely and Great God.

Will Guardian: The Lonely and Great God Return For Season 2?

Fans of Guardian: The Lonely and Great God has some bad news in store for them. The show is not going to get renewed for a season two. One of the cast members of the show had announced this. The cast members of Guardian: The Lonely and Great God too is sad and dismayed by these decisions of the showrunners of the K-drama.

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One of the showrunners of Guardian: The Lonely and Great God said that sometimes it is good to just let go of something at a particular time. So, fans of Guardian: The Lonely and Great God must not await a season 2 of the show as they won’t be getting it.

What Is Guardian: The Lonely and Great God About?

Guardian: The Lonely and Great God deals with a beautiful fairytale theme. Here the protagonist of the show has been cursed by a magical spell. The spell will only be lifted if the bride if the prince goes on.

And pulls out the sword from his body and frees him of his misery. The whole drama involves the concepts of reapers, magic, and folklore. It is indeed a wonderful watch for lovers of fantasy out there.

Vaagisha Singh
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