Netflix orders new Korean zombie series

All of Us Are Dead sees a group of high-school students fighting to survive against the undead.

Netflix has announced its plans to develop a new South Korean zombie series called All Of Us Are Dead.

The show will follow a group of high-school students during a deadly virus outbreak as they become trapped in their zombie-infested school and must battle for survival.  

It will serve as a live-action adaptation of Joo Dong-Geun’s popular animated web series Now at our School which was released back in 2009. 

All of Us Are Dead will be jointly directed by Lee JQ and Kim Nam-Su with Chun Sung-Il set to write the script. 

The search for a cast is currently underway with an official release date yet to be confirmed. 

Film Monster and JTBC Media will co-produce the series as part of the latter’s multi-year deal with the streaming giant. 

JTBC Media is behind some of South Korea’s highest-rated TV series in recent years including the quirky drama Strong Woman Do Bong Soon and dark satire Sky Castle

All of Us Are Dead will be Netflix’s second original Korean zombie series after the acclaimed medieval horror Kingdom, which sees the exiled Crown Prince Chang (Ji-Hun Ju) attempting to find a cure for the zombie plague devastating his lands. 

You can stream both seasons of Kingdom on Netflix now. 


Need help to find the best deal?

Get in touch with our expert team.

020 4525 0221

Our trusted providers

  • Sky logo
  • BT logo
  • Virgin Media logo
  • TalkTalk logo
  • Now logo
  • YouView logo

Need help? Get in touch

Call us: 020 4525 0221

Send us a message

Don't miss our latest deals

Sign up to receive unmissable offers and the latest news on TV, broadband, energy, phones and more.

Information regarding how we process your data can be found in our Privacy Policy.
× Need help choosing a great deal?
Call us on 020 4525 0221