Tonight, Netflix premiered the second trailer for Season 2 of Pacific Rim: The Black. An abandoned Jaeger is used in the anime series, situated in the same universe as the 2013 blockbuster. After the Kaiju took over Australia, they set out to locate their lost parents. It is expected that the plot will be wrapped up in the upcoming season, which begins in late April.
The trailer reveals that this season will be no holds barred as Hayley and Taylor journey more into the wasteland that Australia has become in order to find their family. They are accompanied by teenage assassin Mei and the human-kaiju hybrid “b0y,” who will reveal the proper range of his powers as the voyage progresses.
The Pacific Rim: The Black Season 2 trailer also reveals the most significant threat that the brother and sister will face before finding out the truth about their missing mom and dad in a Jaeger cemetery. They discover “the sisters,” a group of creepy fanatics who believe in the arrival of the Kaiju messiah – and Pacific Rim: The Black fans can quickly discover who this legendary figure is. There will be many more Kaiju for Taylor and Hayley to face in the final episodes than just the messiah.
- Calum Worthy as Taylor
- Gideon Adlon as Hayley
- Erica Lindbeck as Loa
- Victoria Grace as Mei
- Andy McPhee as Shane
- Allie MacDonald as Brina
- Jason Spisak as Ford
- Leonardo Nam as Rickter
- Camryn Jones as Young Hayley
- Cole Keriazakos as Young Taylor
- Martin Klebba as Spyder
- Vincent Piazza as Joel
- Nolan North as Marshall Rask
- Ben Diskin as Kaiju bOy
- Ryan Robinson as Demarcus
- Bryton James as Corey
- Ron Yuan as Shiro Ito
- David Errigo Jr. as Root
Pacific Rim: The Black Season Two Trailer
Pacific Rim: The Black season two Netflix release date?
Netflix debuts Season 2 of Pacific Rim: The Black on April 19.
What to expect from Pacific Rim: The Black season 2
Will Taylor and Hayley ever see their parents again?
After coming onto Hunter, the Jaeger piloted by their parents, Tayler and Hayley now have faith they can find them soon. No bodies were recovered in the wreckage, and instead, a video message was left behind with their parents. They were forced to evacuate when their Nuke got clogged, and there were no other means to destroy the Kaiju they were fighting.
Only knowing that their parents are in the coastal city of Sydney, Taylor and Hayley are determined to make their way there to find them.
The Mysterious Boy
The boy had been a mystery to Taylor and Hayley for a long time, but he was revealed to be something very remarkable towards the end of Season 1. Being able to resist bullets and speak with other Kaiju.
A key implication of Hayley’s transformation into one of the creatures while protecting herself is that the Precursors are capable of creating Kaiju that look like people and concealing them.
The boy is a great buddy to Taylor and Hayley, but also a dangerous one. Is Boy capable of independent thought? Doesn’t the Precursor have the authority to tell him what to do? For now, at the very least, he has proved to act of his own free choice.
Do the sisters have plans for Boy?
The sisters had been mentioned by Shane earlier in the season, but it wasn’t until the finale of season one that we got our first look at them.
The unknown sect has a connection to the Kaiju and appears to worship the alien beasts. “Kaiju Messiah” is the name they’ve given to Boy. It’s likely their aims are to kidnap him and supplant him as the leader of their society. With greater aspirations, they want to eliminate the rest of humanity by means of Boy.