Netflix confirms Season 3 of global hit “Alice in Borderland”

Netflix confirms the highly anticipated third season of the global mega-hit survival drama “Alice in Borderland.” Co-stars Kento Yamazaki and Tao Tsuchiya will reprise their roles, with Shinsuke Sato continuing as the director. The announcement included striking art featuring the Joker playing card, symbolizing the triumphant return of “Alice in Borderland.”

The series initially launched on Netflix in December 2020, swiftly captivating audiences worldwide. Season 1 ascended to the Top 10 charts in over 70 countries and achieved an impressive 96% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes. The overwhelming response fueled anticipation for subsequent seasons.

Following the first season’s success, “Alice in Borderland” made a powerful return with Season 2 in December 2022. Season 2 exceeded its predecessor’s triumph, claiming spots in the Top 10 of at least 90 countries and regions. It secured the number one position in 17 of these locations, holding Japan’s top spot for an impressive 14 consecutive days. Within four weeks of release, it amassed a staggering 200 million hours of viewership, setting a record as the most-watched work from Japan.

As the series continues to resonate globally, “Alice in Borderland” serves as a poignant narrative, urging audiences to contemplate the essence of “living.” The upcoming Season 3 promises to carry forward this compelling message.

For fans and newcomers alike, “Alice in Borderland” Seasons 1 and 2 are available for streaming exclusively on Netflix. Keep an eye out for Season 3 updates on the official Netflix page at https://www.netflix.com/aliceinborderland.

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