The Stranded is a Thai drama and fantasy television series. Bravo Studios, H2L Media Group, and Netflix Studios are the production houses, involved in bringing out the series. The series premiered on November 14, 2019, on Netflix. The show received average remarks from the audience and the critics. It managed to score, 6.3/10 on IMDb. The audience who loved the show, are waiting for season 2 of the show to come out sooner. However, the current scenario has made everyone sceptical about the release of the second season. The pandemic did take a toll on the production of various shows and movies.
Let’s see, what is the recent update on the second season of the Thai Drama and fantasy series.
The Stranded Plot:
The story unfolds after the final day of the graduation. The students are emotional as the exams are over and now they will have to part their ways in the real world. Before everyone goes their way, some students decide to throw a party, a final get together.
It is then, Thailand gets hit by a Tsunami wave. Kraam is the protagonist of the story. On his way to the party with his father, the Tsunami wave topples up their car. The father dies. After a few days, we get to know that everyone on the island is dead. Except, Kraam and the students in the party. The story is about their struggles for surviving. As there is no one alive on the island and all the communication is down, it makes it more challenging.
The Stranded Season 2 updates:
The first season of the show managed to receive mixed reviews from the audience. There is no official statement from the producers about the release of the second season. According to some experts, the show will not get a sequel. While some are saying that the show can come out by the end of this year. Well, we cannot say anything about the release. We expect the show to get renewal and release by the end of this year.
The Stranded Cast:
- Papangkorn Lerkchaleampote as Kraam
- Chutawut Phatrakampol as Anan
- Oabnithi Wiwattanawarang as Joey
- Chayanit Chansangavej as May
- Kittisak Patomburana as Ice
- Ticha Wongthipkanont as Ying
- Chaleeda Gilbert as Arisa
- Chanya McClory as Nahm
- Sinjai Plengpanich as Professor Lin
- Tanapon Sukhumpantanasan as Krit
- Pamiga Sooksawee as Jan
- Siwat Jumlongkul as Jack
- Wynn Pawin Kulkaranyawich as Nat
- Tatchapol Thitiapichai as Gun
- Naomi Amante as Nahm
- Hao Do as Ice
- Michelle Fang as Neoy
- Nicole Fong as May
- Darren Keilan as Kraam
- Grace Lynn Kung as Professor Lin
- Gina Su as Ying
- Tenzing Norgay Trainor as Gun