The Platform 2: Plot, cast, release date and everything we need to know

The Spanish scientific fiction horror film ‘The Platform’ that was released on Netflix on March 2020, combines scary tales that are presented as social allegories.

On May 11, Netflix tweeted that they are bringing the The Platform sequel and shared a number of fresh photos. As per the rumours, Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia will direct the follow-up film, which will be produced by Basque Films’ Carlos J. Arez, Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia, and Raquel Perea.


The Platform 2: The plot

Goregng is initially presented to the audience in The Platform as he gets acquainted with the chilly, dank, and dreary cell lighted with bright blue lights and a huge hole in the middle of the floor that connects all the other levels of the prison, which they refer to as The Pit. As the plot develops, the audience is also introduced to his adversary, his new cellmate Trimagasi, who initially acts as the narrator and informs them of how things often go down in the prison.

Exorbitant food is constantly being delivered on the upper level and transported down gradually to the bottom. The residents of the top level are the luckiest because they can eat as much as they like, while others in the lower levels are forced to live off of what they can get.

The Platform 2: Cast

Only two cast members are disclosed till now. Milena Smit, who will play Perempuán, and Hovik Keuchkerian, who will play Zamiatn. They have been confirmed for the sequel based on the first look pictures given by the official streamer. This year, Smit played the protagonist character, Miren Rojo, in the Netflix series ‘The Snow Girl’. Ojeda in ‘Assassin’s Creed’ and Tabby in ‘The Night Manager’ are two of Hovik Keuchkerian’s most well-known roles.

The Platform 2: Release date

Netflix has not yet provided a confirmed release date. Since they have already released a few stills from the film, we may conclude that they have wrapped up filming and are moving on to post-production. We may anticipate that the Spanish social allegory’s sequel will appear on Netflix at the end of 2023 or the beginning of 2024.