Biohackers, which is in particular in the heritage of Dark for the science fiction, proves to be attractive and even surprising by moments,
The German series Biohackers, which focuses in particular on the genetic modification of the human body, will therefore be entitled to a sequel.
The German series, which is in particular in the heritage of Dark for the science fiction, proves to be attractive and even surprising by moments, without making it a series impossible to circumvent. But, it has obviously managed to have a certain success since Netflix has just granted it a second season.
Biohackers, what's next for the techno-thriller?
The Deadline site revealed that the new original Netflix series would be entitled to a sequel. An extension announced only a few days after Biohackers went online on August 20th. Christian Ditter's series (Love, Rosie and Bachelors, instructions for use), will therefore be entitled to a sequel, which should be turned in the coming months, in Germany of course, in Munich or Freiburg im Breisgau.
As a reminder, we follow in this story Mia Arkelund, a medical student registered to investigate a teacher related to her own family tragedy. The story is a real dive into the world of biohacking. In the two main roles are Luna Wedler and Jessica Schwarz. They are accompanied by Sebastian Jakob, Benno Fürmann, Thomas Prenn, Adrian Julias Tillmann, Doppelbauer, Jing Xiang and Caro Cult.
Christian Ditter, confided after the announcement of the renewal of the series, giving some clues on what awaits the spectators in season 2.
The second season will focus in particular on moral and ethical issues related to biohacking and genomic publishing.
In particular, a new discovery could challenge Mia's beliefs and reveal dark secrets about her family.
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