Girl From Nowhere is back with another season. Since its release in August 2018, the Thai series has been among the greatest thrillers on the streaming giant. The show, which depicts the hypocrisy of men and women in this world, became an immediate hit among the fans with its release.
The series has compelling storylines that hooks viewers in the very first few seconds itself. The show follows the lives of many high school students whose lives have been complicated due to lies, controversies and love affairs.
The lead Nanno (played with Chicha Amatayakul), is hell-bent on exposing the real identities of her classmates, even though she’s quite a mystery herself.
Netflix, along with releasing the trailer for the new season, has also formally announced its release date. The mystery drama could be premiering on Netflix on the 7th of May this year. The show would be released in most regions.
Girl From Nowhere Season 2 Trailer
Together with blood, destruction and violence all around, Nanno, as usual, is very pleased. The trailer seems crazier than that which we saw last season. It seems that Nanno, with new friends and a boyfriend who would go to some lengths for her, has also obtained a new character.
She partners with her boyfriend as a way to exact revenge on the students. Another clip that reveals Nanno, on the ground, covered in blood, has fans wondering whether Nanno would see that the conclusion of her plotting.
Girl From Nowhere follows Nanno, a mysterious high schooler who frequently changes school to avenge her bullies. Being an anthology series, not much could be predicted about its plot. All we can say is that it could have the same idea and motif as the very first season.
This season will comprise just eight episodes, unlike the first one which needed a total of thirteen.
Kitty Chicha Amatayakul will probably be back as Nanno for the second season. Other stars Who’d join her for the series are Teeradon Supapunpinyo, Penpak Sirikul, Patricia Good, Chanya McClory, Bhumibhat Thavornsiri, Pataravarian Timkul, Chutima Teepanart, Phantira Pipityakorn, Ploy Sornarin, and Yarinda Bunaag among others.