Snowpiercer will be coming back for its second season in 2021! It is official! Below is the assumed release schedule and a little detail we have on Season 2.

When will Snowpiercer Season 2 Release?

By far, the announcement for the release date of only the 1st episode has been delivered. It is all set to air on the 25th of January, 2021. Soon after that viewers will be able to stream the show, internationally, on Netflix the next morning at 9 p.m. ET.

The new episodes will initially air on TNT in the USA on Mondays and later available on Netflix on Tuesdays.

Below is a release table for the 10 expected episodes at the moment. Season one ran for nine weeks straight with the ninth and tenth episode airing on the same day. These dates are purely assumptions and not the final dates.

Episode # US Air Date Netflix Release Date
1 January 25th January 26th
2 February 1st February 2nd
3 February 8th February 9th
4 February 15th February 16th
5 February 22nd February 23rd
6 March 1st March 2nd
7 March 8th March 9th
8 March 15th March 16th


Will the Series be Coming to Netflix US?

Let’s not build castles in the air, since Netflix US and Netflix Canada will not see the Snowpiercer series. That looks almost certain not to happen.

Although the series has been missing on a streaming service of any kind, the first season will be on HBO Max in the United States by January 2021. Season two will likely follow in early 2022.

Snowpiercer Season 2 — Overview!


Sean Bean to be more involved this time.
Source: TNT

Snowpiercer is a sci-fi thriller featuring a dystopian, post-catastrophe tale. It is an adaptation of Bong Joon-Ho. Season 1 aired in July 20210, gaining liking over a short period from viewers and critics alike.  Netflix was not only willing to get the worldwide rights to the series but also proposed an agreement of releasing weekly in over 100 countries around the globe.

Cast took note of involving Sean Bean much more in the series this time around. Fans will actually get to watch him in action this while in contrast to just hearing his voice.