Netflix's Zombie Series Black Summer Gets New Clip Ahead Of Season 2
Check out this clip from Geeked Week, ahead of the Season 2 release.
During Day 3 of Netflix's Geeked Week, a special clip was revealed of Season 2 of the zombie apocalypse series Black Summer. The new season arrives to the streaming service on June 17.
Living in a zombie apocalypse is understandably challenging. You have to make tough decisions, like forcing people out into the world of the undead because they have a bite on them or they seem unsafe. Sure, you're dooming people to their un-deaths, but it's for your own survival. Check out this clip from Episode 1 of Black Summer Season 2.
The series follows a group of strangers that come together in the early days of a zombie apocalypse in order to survive. The series is actually a prequel to the Syfy show Z Nation, which aired for five seasons, ending in 2018.
Black Summer stars Jaime King (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Justin Chu Cary (Tokyo Ghoul: Re - Anime), Christine Lee (Travelers), Sal Velez Jr. (The Way Back), and Kelsey Flower (Run). The show was created by Karl Schaefer and John Hyams--the duo was behind Z Nation as well. Schaefer has had a long history in television, dating back to the '90s as the creator of the series Eerie, Indiana.
That's not all we've gotten from Geeked Week. R.L. Stine's Fear Street trilogy and Season 2 of the sci-fi series Another Life got new trailers. We finally got our first look at the live-action Cowboy Bebop--by way of John Cho's hair. All of the titles of Season 3 of Umbrella Academy were revealed. And Season 2 of Locke & Key will be released in October, and we got to see some new images from the set.