After a long wait, we have news about the second season of Sweet Tooth from Netflix, adaptation of the homonymous comic that tells the story of a deer boy and other mutants in a post-apocalyptic world. The first installment of the series was very well received by the fans, so the producers of the series decided to show the public the first photos of the shooting.
This new season sees Gust, the deer boy, on new adventures in his quest to survive in a world that detests hybrid/mutant children. And it is that after falling captive by the group called the Last Men in order to find a cure for the pandemic, Gust and the rest of the hybrid children seek to escape a horrible outcome while investigating how the Great Incident began, the crisis pandemic.
“As a deadly new wave of the Disease lands, Gus and a band of fellow hybrids are held prisoner by General Abbott and the Last Men. Seeking to consolidate his power by finding a cure, Abbott uses the children as cannon fodder for the experiments of the captive Dr. Aditya Singh, who fights against time to save his infected Rani wife ”, the synopsis begins.
“To protect his friends, Gus agrees to help Dr. Singht, beginning a dark odyssey into his origins and his mother Birdie’s role in the events leading up to the Big Incident. Off the reservation, Tommy Jepperd and Aimee Eden team up to free the hybrids, a pairing that will be put to the test when Jepperd’s secrets come to light. As revelations from the past threaten the possibility of surrender in the present, Gus and his found family find themselves on a collision course with Abbott and the forces of evil seeking to eliminate them once and for all.” the Netflix series.
The new season of ‘Sweet Thooth’ will premiere on April 27 this year.
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