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Kingdom 3rd Season Episode 2



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Kingdom 3rd Season Episode 2



It began airing on April 5, 2020 but went on delay following its fourth episode due to the coronavirus pandemic.The anime resumed from April 4, 2021 (restarted his broadcast from episode 1 of season 3 again) and has finished airing on October 18, 2021.


The State of Qin finds itself suddenly invaded by Chu, the great southern state. While the country prepares, not without concern, to face one of the most powerful of the Seven Warring States, everything seems to indicate that the state of Chu is not their only enemy and that from now on, the survival of the kingdom of Qin is at stake...


The Rockies are the great temperate mountain range of the world, and the weather here can change on a dime. Timing is everything, and to thrive here, both animals and people must understand these wild mountains and pick their moment. This episode takes us on a journey from the depths of winter to the heat of summer, showing how both animals and people have adapted to these ever-changing mountains.


Due to Ashin of the North's success, it's a given the series will continue to produce more seasons in spite of not having a confirmed release date. While waiting for the official announcement, fans tend to speculate about the events happening in their beloved Korean zombie series. In the first two seasons, the crew covered many important aspects, including politics, thirst for power, and the endless hunger of the undead. Consequently, Something new is desperately needed to impress and meet the audiences' expectations.


With Ashin of the North acting as a bridge between season 2 and the next season, there is much to speculate. As one of Netflix's most awaited series is in the discussion, here's what we can expect from season 3.


Despite not having enough screen time in the previous two seasons of Kingdom, Cho Hak-ju was a crucial character in the show. Though the Queen killed him to suppress the matters of the illegitimate prince and the resurrection plant, he's likely to play an influential role in the next season.


The show could depict how Cho Hak-ju raised Queen Cho to become such a fierce, vicious woman and delve deeper into mysteries surrounding the resurrection plant that brought back the King as a monster (zombie). While it may not take up an entire episode, they could, at the very least, add an emotional twist to the backstory. With more of Resurrection Plant's reveals, it might help the Crown Prince get closer to the truth concerning its Origin.


The second season ended with a couple of major cliffhangers leading to more mysteries. Following the Time-Skip, the prince saved by Seo-bi (played by Bae Doona) became the new king, and the worms of the resurrection plant are still inside him. It's possible that worms are waiting for the king to mature so that they can take over his body.


From Kingdom: Ashin of the North, we're confident that Ashin caused the initial plague to carry out a plan to avenge those who killed her entire family. She also supplied the Resurrection plant to the physician who treated the King in the first season, hoping that the Joseon Kingdom would get destroyed for the treason of killing her father.


With the plant's emergence in the North and the crown prince learning about frequent outbreaks, the main part of the storyline would most likely take place in the North. Furthermore, aside from Lee Chang (Crown Prince), Young King, and Seo-bi, Ashin plays the most crucial role in the upcoming season(s). Kim Eun Hee, Kingdom's screenwriter, dropped some hints while discussing the possibility of a third season in an interview with Soompi, saying:


"While working on season two, I wanted to portray a much larger universe. Those who have watched will know, but people like Lee Chang, Seo Bi, and Young Shin are all people who chase the plague, wishing it never arose. I've thought that having season three tell the story of chasing the Origin of the plague would be good, so we're thinking of doing that."


"Season one told the story of hunger and season two told the story of blood. If Netflix agrees, I want season three to tell the story of resentment. Season two brought attention to the concept of 'temperature' and I think if the story were to travel north, the different ecosystem in the North would act as a hint."


It explains why the upcoming season will broaden the setting and focus on the Northern region rather than traditional politics. Regardless, the third season's main theme would be resentment of people like Ashin, making it more than just another zombie thriller. With so many characters acting out from different regions for various purposes, the next season will be highly pleasing to watch. While you wait for this series with bated breath, you might want to check out these best zombie TV series.


Season 3, Episode 14: As the Chiefs prepare for Super Bowl LVII, they reflect on their historic journey to Arizona. The Chiefs pack up and travel to Arizona, their home for the week, while they prepare to face Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles. During a week of important preparations, distractions loom as seemingly endless media availability persists. Travis Kelce and Frank Clark lead the Chiefs to lock in during an important week of practice at Arizona State University. Enjoying the Arizona sun, Voice of the Chiefs Mitch Holthus reflects on the climb, in both the long and short terms, that it's taken for the Chiefs to reach the top of the NFL. Then, in a memory-setting night in Glendale, the Chiefs defeat the Eagles in Super Bowl LVII. Down 10 points at halftime, Patrick Mahomes guts out a nagging ankle injury to thrust the Chiefs into the history books. Travis Kelce, Nick Bolton, Isiah Pacheco, Kadarius Toney, and Skyy Moore catch touchdowns as the Chiefs light up the scoreboard. With 8 seconds to go, Harrison Butker kicks a go-ahead field goal to bring home a second Lombardi trophy over the last four seasons. Chiefs Kingdom comes together on Grand Avenue in Kansas City to celebrate one of the greatest runs in NFL history.


Season 3, Episode 11: The NFL playoff picture is starting to take shape as the Denver Broncos come to GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium lead by interim head coach Jerry Rosburg and quarterback Russell Wilson. The Kansas City Chiefs are held in check but Jerick McKinnon scores two touchdown and quarterback Patrick Mahomes breaks the 5,000 passing yard threshold. The Chiefs come out victorious 27-24 and they wait for the result of the Bills and Bengals game on Monday night. Unfortunately there is a tragic situation that occurs to Damar Hamlin, a Bill's safety, that results in the game being canceled. The Chiefs Vice President of Sports Medicine and Performance Rick Burkholder address the Chiefs staff and explains how he prepares the team for a long postseason run with the help of his fellow trainers Donald Glover and Tiffany Morton. The Kansas City Chiefs then travel to Las Vegas, Nevada to take on the Las Vegas Raiders. The team jumps out to a big lead with some fancy new formations. Cornerback Trent McDuffie is wired for a great game by the defense.


Season 3, Episode 10: The Kansas City Chiefs travel to Texas in Week 15 to take on the Houston Texans for a chance to win seven straight AFC West titles. The game goes into overtime but the Chiefs are able to pull out a win 30-24 thanks to a fumble recovery by Willie Gay Jr. and a long touchdown run by Jerick McKinnon. Rookie cornerback Trent McDuffie utilizes his day off to watch film and take notes on the upcoming opponent, the Seattle Seahawks. He reflects on his rookie year and prepares for the Chiefs Rookie Graduation. The graduation is also attended by the whole rookie class including George Karlaftis, Skyy Moore, Isiah Pacheco, and Bryan Cook. Winter weather strikes Kansas City as Christmas Eve falls on the Chiefs Kingdom. The Seattle Seahawks roll into GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium as the teams face-off in week 16. The Chiefs are victorious 24-10 due in part to incredible play by Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs defense who keep quarterback Geno Smith in check. Following the game Andy Reid is gifted a Christmas present of a double cheeseburger by Travis Kelce and the team. Trey Smith takes time this holiday season with his sister following the game and go to lunch at Fiorella's Jack Stack Barbecue. This episode features music by GRIZ.


Season 3, Episode 8: Now well into their 2022 season, the Kansas City Chiefs memorialize the late Robert Thomas with a special patch and ceremony. The father of legendary Chiefs linebacker Derrick Thomas, Robert Thomas was crew member on a B-52 Stratofortress in Operation Linebacker II. The Chiefs take on the Jacksonville Jaguars, and come away with a 27-17 victory as Carlos Dunlap notches his 100th career sack. Now in his thirteenth season, Dunlap reflects on his time in the league and the things he's learned over his career. Then, the Chiefs' offensive line meets on their day off to grab brunch together at KC's Homesteader Cafe, an important ritual during a long season. Orlando Brown Jr. speaks on the importance of bonding to their success on the field. Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes prepare for an AFC West showdown with Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers, and the Chiefs come away with a signature comeback victory after three touchdowns by tight end Travis Kelce. Frank Clark and Justin Reid give back to their communities with thanksgiving week turkey drives, and the Chiefs take on Sean McVay and the Los Angeles Rams in a cross-conference test against the reigning Super Bowl Champs. 041b061a72


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