Feb. 6 (UPI) -- Netflix is teasing its South Korean programming slate for 2024.
The streaming service shared first-look photos for Hellbound Season 2 and Sweet Home Season 3 on Monday.
Hellbound is based on the webtoon by Yeon Sang-ho, who writes and directs the Netflix series.
The show takes in a world where supernatural beings suddenly appear and condemn certain people to hell. A cult-like religious group, the New Truth Society, takes advantage of the fear and chaos.
Season 1 starred Yoo Ah-in, Kim Hyun-joo, Park Jeong-min, Won Jin-ah and Yang Ik-june.
Season 2 started production in August 2023 and will see "new entanglements arise amidst the sudden resurrections of The New Truth's Chairman Jung Jinsu and Park Jungja."
Hellbound Season 2 is coming.
In a chaotic world exacerbated by the continuous hellbound decrees, new entanglements arise amidst the sudden resurrections of The New Truth's Chairman Jung Jinsu and Park Jungja. pic.twitter.com/qArbf9wRlY— Netflix (@netflix) February 6, 2024
Sweet Home is based on the Naver webtoon of the same name.
Season 1 followed Cha Hyun-soo (Song Kang), a suicidal teenager who must fight alongside his neighbors at the Green Home apartment building after people start turning into monsters. Season 2 saw the crisis go worldwide.
In Season 3, monsterization has ended and a new humanity has begun, causing people to "desperately struggle to survive in this changed world."
The first two seasons starred Kang, Lee Jin-wook, Lee Si-young, Park Gyu-young, Go Min-si, Kim Hee-jung, Kim Gook-hee and Lee Joon-woo.
Reality competition series Physical 100 and Zombieverse will also return for new seasons in 2024. Netflix is also adapting the Hitoshi Iwaaki manga Parasyte: The Grey as a new show set in South Korea.
In addition, Squid Game Season 2 will premiere this year.