More Than Blue Season 2 Renewal Status and Release Date


More Than Blue Season 2 Updates: A brand-new popular Netflix Taiwanese series has just arrived, More Than Blue, released on October 21, 2021. The series originated from the movie, released in 2009, and has the same storyline and name. The series is directed by ace director Gravin Lin, along with screenwriter Hermus Lu.

Season 1 was released in 2018, which was a hit among the viewers of Taiwan, Japan, and Asia.

However, the show has gained a considerable fan following and has an IDMB rating of 6.8.

At the end of season 1, the story gets emotional, leaving all the fans in tears. The scene has been picturized where Cream and K are shown to remember their fond memories while the soft song “the saddest thing of all” plays in the background on the radio, thus making it a touching scene.

Soon after, Cream was directed to show her inner feelings after K’s death. She states that although she is left alone, she is always with K in her dreams. After a while, the reflections of three couples could be seen briefly showing an emotion sense-one at K’s grave, one crying on the couch, and the other going through things of Yuan Yuan. But at the end of the story, it is revealed that Cream has gone missing after K’s death. But a scene showed a woman standing at the K’s grave. It was Cream bidding goodbye to the K.

All About More Than Blue Season 2

More Than Blue Season 2
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However, there will be no season 2. This series contains ten episodes that depict the romance between K and Cream, and it is so beautifully wrapped that it leaves no box of questions for the viewers.

The movie’s plot is undoubtedly inspired by the Taiwanese film, derived from the 2009 Korean movie of the same name. Moreover, the story has been curated so that there is no chance for a renewal season.

Although the story does not end in a happy form, the cast, the writer, and the makers have constructed the story in a well-mannered form. And as for the story for the new season, there has to be a new story, but till then, the romance between K and Cream will be held onto their fans’ hearts forever.

Additionally, news has been released that Viva Film, a Filipino production company, will be remaking More Than A Blue. The stars will be Yassi Pressman, JC Santos, and Diego Loyzaga, with Ariella Arida. It is all set to be telecast on November 19, 2021, on the Vivamax online platform.


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