A Turkish spin-off from Netflix’s relatively decent post-apocalyptic thriller Into the Night, Yakamoz S-245 continues the story of a devastating cosmic calamity and the shady conspiracies surrounding it, while following another mismatched group of survivors in the close confines of a doomed vessel. Whereas in Into the Night the setting was — at least initially — a plane, here it’s a submarine, which when submerged is safe from the deadly rays of a sun with suddenly reversed polarity. Given how the shows intertwine and leave things wide open for continuation, the question on every fan’s lips right now will doubtlessly by about the potential for a Yakamoz S-245 Season 2. Here’s everything we know about that.
Renewed or Cancelled status – Will there be a Yakamoz S-245 Season 2?
Renewal status: TBC
As of right now, we don’t know much about the future of Yakamoz S-245. However, we can reasonably speculate based on a few different things.
Firstly, Into the Night has already had two seasons, which bodes well for this show being renewed. Both were pretty well-received critically and, while Netflix isn’t always necessarily transparent about its viewership, we can presume it did well with audiences, at least if our traffic is anything to go by. It remains to be seen whether Yakamoz S-245 will capture audience imaginations the same way, especially since Netflix isn’t doing a brilliant job of marketing it as a spin-off, but time — and Netflix Top 10 — will tell.
However, since Yakamoz S-245 ends by essentially catching up to the second season finale of Into the Night, there’s a good chance that we’ll see its characters again in a third season of that show rather than a second season of this one.
What is Yakamoz S-245?
A seven-part Turkish series, Yakamoz S-245 is set in the same universe as Into the Night, where a sudden reversing of the sun’s polarity has made its rays deadly to everyone exposed to them. While it’s primarily a very human-focused drama focusing on people trying to survive in the wake of the disaster, often in very confined environments, it’s also increasingly a conspiratorial thriller about the nature of the disaster and whether the world’s governments and the rich and powerful were forewarned of it.