ZeroZeroZero is based on Roberto Saviano’s eponymous book and chronicles the actions of the global cocaine trade’s purveyors, as well as their impact on the Lynwood family and others involved.
Stefano Sollima (‘Sicario: Day of the Soldado’) and novelists Leonardo Fasoli (‘Gomorrah’) and Mauricio Katz (‘The Bridge’) developed the show, which premiered on Amazon Prime in February 2020.
It gained critical praise for its multi-layered narrative, kaleidoscopic look on corruption and the drug trade, high-octane action sequences, and intriguing performances by a diverse cast.
After getting positive feedback from critics and audiences, fans are asking whether there will be a second season of ‘ZeroZeroZero.’ In conclusion, this is what we know.
Release Date for Season 2 of ZeroZeroZero
Season 1 of ‘ZeroZeroZero’ premiered on Amazon Prime on March 6, 2020. It is divided into eight 45-50 minute sections. Before its Prime Video launch, the drug drama will be shown on Sky Atlantic in Italy on February 14, 2020.
The following is everything we know so far regarding Season 2. Given the show’s relatively strong audience numbers, popularity may not be an issue. Furthermore, if you’re interested in the storyline’s potential, the authors have enough source material to continue it beyond the first season.
‘ZeroZeroZero’ season 2 is expected as released on June 21, 2022 on Amazon Prime.
Plot of ZeroZeroZero Season 2
Season 1 follows a large cocaine shipment from the manufacturers, i.e. Mexican cartel leaders, to the distributors, i.e. Italian drug traffickers, via Lynwood’s shipping company.
Following a sad occurrence in the Lynwood family, Ed’s daughter reluctantly becomes responsible for his father’s kingdom, getting entangled in the world of crime and endangering her life.
Chris, who has Huntington’s disease and is deaf, lends a helping hand to his sister Emma in order to save the family business.
And the brother-sister duo tries to keep one step ahead of the worldwide market’s power battle while avoiding anti-drug agents.
Season 2 may go even further into the dark and ominous underbelly of the Mexican drug trade, as well as its impact on those who are involved.
We may also see more of Chris and Emma’s codependent sibling connection in the future. There’s a chance we’ll learn more about the Mexican anti-drug police’s crucial involvement in apprehending informants and criminals throughout the drug war.