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    The Psychological Thriller ‘B: The Beginning’ Opened to Rave Reviews with its Season 1, and is Now, Set to Return with Season 2. Find Out All the Details Below.

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    “B: The Beginning” as cool as the title of the show is, the show itself is worth watching. It is a Japanese crime thriller produced by I.G and written by Katsuya Ishida. The show is co-directed by Kazuto Nakazawa and Yoshiki Yamakawa. The first season of the show got released in March 2018, and ever since then; people are eagerly waiting for the second season to come.

    Release date

    The first season was out at once in 2018 with 12 episodes, and then soon, on June 12, 2018, producers of the show confirmed for its second season. However, there is no release date confirmed for the show yet. Still, we guessed for the show to come in March of 2020. But the show isn’t released yet, and the reason could be the world-wide pandemic of COVID-19.

    The show also put importance for its world-wide audience, and therefore this Japanese series is also dubbed in English.

    Trailer

    Though season 2 is confirmed through many videos yet there is no official trailer for this second season yet. Below is the trailer of season 1:

    Plot

    The show follows the story of a fictional character known as Carmona and a few other people. All the characters life is intertwined together through a serial killer who is putting the whole city on havoc. The timeline of the show is also in the future with upgraded sets of technologies. The two main characters of the show are Keith Flick and the killer B. Keith is a well-known investigator who is bought to solve and find this Killer B.

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    Another main character is this boy Koku who is an extraterrestrial being searching for his lost companion. For some reason, Keith and Koku face each other a lot of times, and they found out about this prophecy, which foretells the rise of an entity called “Black King.” The show binds its fictional and dramatic content very well.

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