OCN confirms second season of Voice for 2018 lineup
Good news for fans of intense, gritty thrillers! OCN has officially greenlighted a season two of its hit crime drama Voice, which aired earlier this year. There’s no one confirmed to the cast or crew just yet, but I can see why there’s a lot of interest in the project from both the station and the audience, seeing as how the first season broke ratings records for OCN.
Voice starred Jang Hyuk as a police officer and Lee Hana as a voice profiler who worked together (albeit reluctantly, at first) on the same team at an emergency call center. Their focus was on saving victims within the “golden time,” or the first few minutes after a crime has occurred. Kim Jae-wook (Temperature of Love) served as the overarching villain of the first series, playing a terrifying chaebol psychopath, but it’s highly doubtful he’ll return for the newest season given (spoiler alert?) his character’s death in the finale.
Hopefully, the stars align and the cast and crew can return for next year’s season, instead of the show going the spin-off route. Jang Hyuk is currently busy filming for upcoming MBC weekender Money Flower, and PD Kim Hong-sun’s newest OCN offering, Black, is in the middle of its run. Other cast members to potentially reprise their characters are Baek Sung-hyun, Yesung, and Sohn Eun-seo.
The reports don’t mention when exactly in 2018 Voice 2 is expected to premiere, but let’s pray it’s far enough in advance to confirm its original lineup. Make it happen, OCN!
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