As Netflix’s 1st Korean original zombie series, Kingdom is highly expected and apparently the most original zombie spine-chiller in years to come. Fans’ expectations were high even before its release in 2019, and it’s no exaggeration to that it blew their minds. With 2 amazing seasons and an agonizing special episode titled “Kingdom: Ashin of the North,” fans are anxious to see more historical zombie action.
“Realm” immediately became one of Netflix’s best series, amazing both audiences and critics and earning 96% on Rotten Tomatoes. The 2nd season debuted on Netflix on March 13, 2020. Will here be a sesaon3? Here’s everything we know so far.
Kingdom Season 3 Release date
Netflix hasn’t officially released any update on the release date. Current global events are believed to have contributed to a portion of the defers around the renewal. Assuming more episodes get ordered soon, it’s not crazy to imagine the series returning at some point in 2023, yet individuals should not be shocked on the off chance that a 2023 debut really occurs.
Kingdom Season 3 Cast
There is no official word on when everybody will fill out the roster for Kingdom season 3, however, it’s most likely correct that the show’s major characters will be back for the forthcoming series. Check out the potential cast list below.
- Ju Ji-hoon as Crown Prince Lee Chang
- Bae Donna as Seo Bi
- Jeon Seok-ho as Cho Beom-pal
- Kim Sung-kyu as Yeong-shin
- Park Byuong-eun as Min Chi Rok
- Jun Ji-hyun as Ashin of the North
Kingdom Season 3 Plot
The end of “Kingdom” Season 2 ends with a couple of significant cliffhangers. After Prince Chang brings down the Queen Consort and permits the Young King, a baby at the time, to be the following ruler, the show proceeds 7 years to a more peaceful world, but the plague is far from gone. Almost certainly, season 3 will start right where season two left off, 7 years and 90 days after the initial zombie outbreak.