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Netflix viewers saying everyone needs to see 10/10 series they wish they could watch for the first time again
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Netflix viewers saying everyone needs to see 10/10 series they wish they could watch for the first time again

"Definitely got hooked and couldn't wait for the next episode"

People are flooding to social media in praise of a 'superb' horror series on Netflix which has been renewed for a second season.

If you've already dared watch a 'masterpiece' horror movie, which left one viewer 'emotionally ruined,' then perhaps it's time to really commit to the genre and dedicate your time to a series.

Personally, I can imagine nothing worse than watching a horror all weekend, but if you're a gore fanatic then this series is set to really tickle your pickle.

Prepare to feel the hairs on the back of your arms stand on end:

Plot and cast

The series is a South Korean coming-of-age show based on the webtoon Now At Our School by Joo Dong-guen. The series was created by Chun Sung-il, Lee Jae-kyoo and Kim Nam-su and directed by Lee Jae Gyoo.

It centres around a group of high school students thrust into the midst of a zombie apocalypse when their science teacher carries out a ghastly experiment.

The series stars Little Women's Park Ji-hu who plays the role of Nam On-jo and Delivery Man's Yoon Chan-young as Lee Cheong-san - the pair neigbors and childhood friends.

It also features the likes of Cho Yi-hyun (Metamorphosis) as Choi Nam-ra and Lomon - full name Park Solomon - (Sweet Revenge) as Lee Su-hyeok, alongside The Good Bad Mother's Yoo In-soo as Yoon Gwi-nam and Squid Game's Lee Yoo-mi as Lee Na-yeon.

Your face when you realise there's a fresh horror series for you to get your teeth into.

Initial reception

The series was first released onto Netflix on 28 January, 2022 and it quickly became the 'second most successful K-drama series' on the streaming service, according to What's On Netflix.

In amassed a whopping 362,643,000 hours of watching time in its first 30 days of release.

And it's obtained a solid Rotten Tomatoes audience score of 80 percent and an average tomatometer score of 89 percent too.

Your hands as you grab the TV remote of your partner to start watching it.


Sharing the poster for season one of the series - titled All of Us Are Dead - to LADbible's Facebook group Netflix Bangers, a social media user wrote: "I stumbled across this series & it's amazing. Definitely got hooked and couldn't wait for the next episode. If you like Zombie series then I'd recommend this."

"I wish i could watch this for the first time again," another added.

A third commented: "10/10 I already watched."

And a fourth wrote: "Can't wait for season two."

Waiting for season two like.


Indeed, luckily for fans of the series and those who've added it to their 'To Watch' list, Netflix has confirmed it's been renewed for a second season.

Director Lee Jae Gyoo told Hype Beast KR at the time the announcement was made: [Translation] "The story itself was set with season two in mind, so if season two comes out, it might be a little more interesting and expanded story.

"[...] If Season one was a survival period for humans, there is a sense of humor, but Season one feels like it will be a survival period for zombies."

It's not been confirmed when the second season is set for release, but keep your eyes peeled.

All of Us Are Dead is currently available to watch on Netflix.

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