The Netflix series “Alice in Borderland” is only a week away from its release. It has officially been two years since we last saw Arisugawa Arisu (Yamazaki Kento) clear numerous deadly games to return to her former world. Each game corresponds to a deck of cards, and at the end of Season 1, the survivors have cleared the cards with numbers on them. In “Alice in Borderland Season 2,” Alice and the remaining players will take on the face card game.
While spending time with Alice in Borderland Season 2 with Arisu (Kento Yamazaki), Usagi (Tao Tsuchiya), and Senya (Nijiro Murakami) was a lot of fun; there was something everyone watching was looking forward to more than a game of life and death. It was “the answer. In Season 1, we had little information about the game makers, the Borderland itself, and the rules; in Season 2, we finally understood what was happening in the Japanese series. And it did. Well.
The series writer/director
As enjoyable as Season 2 of “Alice in Borderland” is, there’s no denying that the series writer/director, Shinsuke Sato, stalled us quite a bit until he finally leaked the information, especially about the new game. Now, however, we finally have the answer. What is the game and “Borderline” after all?
Netflix’s “Alice in Borderland,” adapted from the manga series of the same name, follows Arisu’s sudden arrival in another Tokyo, where most humans have disappeared. He has no idea what happened but must participate in a mysterious tournament to obtain a “visa” that will keep him from being executed. In the process, he meets a rock climber, Usagi (Tao Tsuchiya), who becomes Arisu’s partner in unraveling the situation.
Alice in Borderland Season 2 Trailer
Netflix released the official trailer for “Alice in Borderland” Season 2 on December 3. First, we see Alice and her friends coming face to face with the shirtless bastard in what looks like a gaming arena. Who are you, people? Arisu asks. We? We are from this land,” the shirtless guy replies. We don’t know what that means, but from the new character stills that Netflix recently released, it appears that this person will be a key figure in Season 2 of Alice in Borders.
The trailer also teases what appears to be a new game that will appear in the second installment. Players hold on tightly to a rope suspended from the ceiling in one scene. In another scene, they throw neon balls at each other on a narrow bridge. Finally, the trailer ends with a creepy Mira Kano (Riisa Naka) saying, “Welcome to the final game site.” What lies ahead for Arisu?
At Tudum2022, Netflix dropped a “super teaser trailer” for Season 2 of Beyond the Boundaries. The video begins with scenes from Season 1, including the first game Arisu and her friends, played, Dead or Alive. It then shows a montage of the various characters introduced in the second half of Beyond the Boundary.
This super teaser trailer also presents the Big Question everyone wants to know.” Can I go back once I’ve completed all the games?” Watch the full video below.
When will Alice in Borderland Season 2 be available?
Netflix has also announced that Alice in Borderland Season 2 will premiere on Tudum on December 22, 2022.
Alice in Borderland Season 2 Cast
Some of our favorite characters from “Alice in Borderland Season 1” will not return in the new film, but we already knew that – RIP, Chota and Calve! But many central characters, especially those we met in “The Beach,” will return in Season 2. Kento Yamazaki will play Arisu, and Tao Tsuchiya will play Usagi. Also appearing will be Nijiro Murakami as Chihaya and Ayaka Miyoshi as Anne.
Dori Sakurada as Niragi and Aya Asahina as Quina will appear again. Season 2 will also feature Sho Aoyagi as Agni and Riisa Naka as Mila. In March 2022, Netflix posted a video of the cast members’ impressions of the second season of “Alice Beyond the Border” after filming.
What is Borderland?
First, it is natural to think of Borderland as a near-death experience, limbo, or hell. The people sent some people were dissatisfied with their lives to some degree and lacked meaningful connections to continue living. And all of them, or most of them, had to go to the other side because a meteorite exploded in the center of Tokyo, killing them all.
In other words, the borderlands and the harrowing experience of fighting to survive became a wake-up call for them to value life more. When they were brought back to the real world, they survived the disaster without remembering what had happened at the “borderline.
To say that “they were dead the whole time” (or half-dead) would be overkill, but after all, it is one of the messages that many movies and TV series send us every time we press the play button. Find love and true happiness, enjoy every moment, and discover the true meaning of life. The End.
We cannot ignore the clear signs that “Alice on the Border” gives us that something else exists. The way Season 2 ended brought closure to most of the characters – especially the main ones – and wrapped up the civilian arc. Borderland can have deeper meaning and further explanation if there is an opportunity to explore it in Season 3. And loose threads here may turn the final episode of Season 2 on its head.
Who is the secret ingredient in “Alice in Borderland”?
We found out in Season 2 that the citizens, who at first seemed to be more level-headed than the other players, didn’t know much. Mira may have known a little, but she is as lost as Alice and the others. However, they should be good enough to beat their predecessors. At the end of Season 2, we still don’t know who the game designer is, who controls Borderland, or any other unimaginable details.
The King of Spades doesn’t bother to stop us from learning important information about the day Arisu and Usagi were taken from Tokyo, and Chitose gets something out of Jack of Hearts in prison. In that respect, Season 3 is a lot of fun.