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Netflix's intense 'Alice in Borderland' Season 2 trailer drops new deadly games


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A man stands in an overgrown city.

After a wild first season, Netflix's other highly stressful battle royale series, Alice in Borderland, is coming back for another round. Netflix dropped the trailer on Sunday at Brazil's annual entertainment expo, Comic Con Experience (CCXP).

Based on by Haro Aso's manga of the same name and directed by Shinsuke Sato, Season 2 sees Arisu (Kento Yamazaki) and Usagi (Tao Tsuchiya) return after the big gamemaster reveal of the first season's finale. They're still trying to get back to the parallel/real Tokyo by earning "visas" through a series of pretty messed up games, which promise to be more dangerous than ever. Plus, there are new players to defeat and new terrain to traverse, including a formidable looking shipping container maze.

Alice in Borderland Season 2 is streaming on Netflix from Dec. 22.

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