February 8, 2023


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Floor Is Lava Season 2 Release Date, Trailer, And Everything You Should Know

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‘Floor Is Lava’ Season 2

Are you ready for more fun and thrill? Netflix released the first Floor Is Lava Season 2 trailer on Monday, May 9 onwards of the competition series’ return on June 3.

In Floor Is Lava Season 2, teams will pass over numerous hurdles courses trying their best to keep away from the lava.

 And Netflix assures there are larger barriers, ruinous and even hotter lava, in the new episodes, plus an all-new characteristic of a massive and very greasy volcano.

 The volcano will have to be defeated in order to win, and by the first look of the trailer, that’s going to be quite an unthinkable task.

The most awaited series Floor Is Lava Season 2 will contain five 30-minute episodes, all of which will be streaming on Netflix on Friday, June 3.

Some headlines from the trailer are incredible for the series. One self-assured player states the only thing striking that lava will be her sweat. The next clip is her falling into the lava. 

Inherently, her sweat did hit it. On the contrary, one player ascends the volcano and melodramatically cries, “Oh, God! I’ve got lava on my face!” as if his face was in actual danger. Watching the players slide and slide down the volcano is some physical comedy gold.

The series is encouraged by the kids’ game, authorizing players to set their inner child loose. Floor Is Lava Season 1 came out in June 2020 and was a rapid-release strike for the streaming platform. It was Netflix’s observed title in the United States for two weeks in a queue of its release.

‘Floor Is Lava’ Season 2

Floor Is Lava was resumed for Season 2 in April 2021, and now fans eventually know when the series will come back for more amusing reasons.

The series is produced by A. Smith & Co. Productions. Also, Arthur Smith, Anthony Carbone, Frank Sinton, Anthony Storm, Brian Smith, and Caroline Baumgard serve as executive producers. Irad Eyal and Megan McGrath executive produce for Haymaker. 

It’s hard to believe that Netflix was once at the frontline of COVID’s authority, with its previously pandemic effects that even some outstanding shows.

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