Bloodride is a Norwegian horror series that became immediately popular with horror enthusiasts due to its very intelligently crafted gruesome narrative.
This series revolves around a bus driver carrying a group of passengers on a rainy, lonely road to an unknown destination in the very middle of the night. After dropping a very highly entertaining first season, is this series coming back with more stories soon? Here’s what we know so far.
Netflix has not yet announced the revival of Bloodride for season 2 yet, as of writing this article. Netflix often takes at least a month or two to decide whether to revive a show or not, meticulously looking at the performance of the show on the platform’s first 30 days.
Renewals could, get delayed, especially in times like this, so the fans of the horror series must remain patient. The Norwegian horror anthology was an exciting addition to the streaming giant’s list of foreign titles.
The horror series dropped six episodes, each with 30 minutes of gruesome tales, filled with twists and intelligently crafted narrative.
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Bloodride was also considered a hidden gem for the horror-loving community that discovered it. If the fans of the series continue to generate a buzz and even ask Netflix to renew the series, then there is a good chance that the streaming giant will bring back Bloodride for season 2.
Netflix is yet to give the green light for the second season, so there is no official release date. Season 1 premiered on the streaming platform on March 13, 2020, Friday. Although the date of release could be just a coincidence, something’s telling us that season 2 would drop similarly.
Bloodride is a Norwegian anthology series that featured really unique stories from each character. The series even introduced us to a silent bus driver, who is carrying all his passengers along a desolate landscape to an unfamiliar destination.
As each of the passengers got off their destination, the tales begin. Each character has a totally different story to tell, but they are connected through this bus ride that they shared.
Season 1 offered us different horror genres, including psychological horror, superstitions, supernatural phenomena, and grisly slashers.
From a young primary school teacher gorged by evil demons to a wife who poisons her husband with some toxic gas, the series has a lot to offer.
If the show ever gets renewed for season 2 and assuming they keep their original format, we are expecting fresh new faces with various new stories.