One of the all brand new horror series that has graced the online streaming service providing platform Netflix over Halloween 2020 is a new Russian series titled, To The Lake. If you have already binged through all the first season of the series, there are numerous reports out there that it is going to make a return on the streaming giant. To The Lake Season 2 is officially happening, and here is all we know about the second part.
This series sounds in Russian as Epidemiya, the meaning of which in English is Epidemic. It is a rather timely series about a plague hitting the world and a group of people hoping to survive the deadly disease. It has come to Netflix as a licensed Netflix Original series with Premier of the show airing in Russia and Netflix carrying it internationally outside of Russia.
To The Lake Season 2: Will It Happen? What’s Netflix Planning? Know Details Here
A total of eight episodes came to the streaming giant, which originally aired between the month of November 2019, and January 2020 in Russia. The series has not witnessed a massive debut on Netflix, but it has featured several days in the top 10s since October 8, 2020.
It featured in the United States top 10 for four days and nine days in the United Kingdom. The streaming platform reportedly picked up the series for $1.5 million, a rare insight into the cost of carrying the international shows. It is worth noting that this figure has not yet been verified.
The Russian outlets suggest that the scripts for the second season of the show have already been written, but the bad news is that shooting won’t get underway until the next year, and even then, won’t actually air until the fall of the next year.
If we assume that it is confirmingly coming to Netflix, then the question arises when it will be coming to Netflix. We do not suspect that it will be made available to stream on the streaming giant until after the show has finished. We could see it part of Halloween 2022 by the latest, but more likely is that it will be coming to Netflix weeks to months after the series wraps up in Russia.
This is to allow for Netflix to dub and sub the series as it has with the first season of “To The Lake.”