Girl From Nowhere: Season 2 (2021)

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Girl From Nowhere

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Episodes

Air date: May 7, 2021

Nanno vows to turn the tables on Nanai, a reckless boy who impregnates other students.

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Air date: May 7, 2021

Nanno thwarts an administration's strict anti-fraternization policy after an elite girls' private school begins admitting boys into the program.

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Air date: May 7, 2021

Minnie gets away with shirking responsibility thanks to her influential and wealthy father until her carelessness leaves one of her peers dead.

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Air date: May 7, 2021

Nanno teams up with Yuri a disadvantaged student, to enact revenge on the wealthier student body, who often mistreat Yuri. However, Nanno fails to account for just how far Yuri is willing to go in search of vengeance.

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Air date: May 7, 2021

Kaye, a senior, takes a hazing ritual to an extreme, inspiring Nanno to subject him to mind games of her own.

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Air date: May 7, 2021

Nanno strives to upend as many rules as possible at Pantanawittaya, a strict boarding school.

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Air date: May 7, 2021

Teen influencer JennyX finds new hope in Nanno as her parents continue to extort her image and brand to fill their pockets.

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Air date: May 7, 2021

Yuri and Nanno face off as they each take an interest in mother-daughter serial killers.

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Tv Season Info

Nanno is back, doling karmic retribution to more students and faculty in a new season of this anthology series -- and this time, she's not alone.

Cast & Crew

Chicha Amatayakul
Nanno
Thanawetch Siriwattanakul
Mr. Win
Pajaree Nantarat
I-Tim

Critic Reviews for Girl From Nowhere Season 2

Audience Reviews for Girl From Nowhere: Season 2

  • 6d ago
    1st season is gold, 2nd season is trash.
  • Jul 01, 2021
    I loved the first season. I thought it was so good. But in my opinion Yuri is just a pain, she's not even the character "we love to hate" more like the character we wish would die. I only finished the season in hopes of Nanno getting rid of Yuri. I hope Nanno comes back better than ever and takes care of Junko and Yuri.
  • Jun 11, 2021
    Nanno gave Yuri the opportunity to redeem himself but he did not and in the end he tried to kill Nanno, now his punishment is coming and I think it will be with his mother that's for sure Yuri is still human
  • Jun 08, 2021
    This is a weird show - in a good way.
  • Jun 01, 2021
    The title for this show is just perfect as Nanno really does come seemingly from nowhere. She has no backstory and as a sort of otherworldly being I think it works for this by adding a sense of mystery. She is the universe's way of keeping the balance and though her methods may be questionable to some, they leave a lasting mark, unlike Yuri. Annoying as she is, she adds something new to the shows - competition for Nanno. Though the show is blatant in it's morals, there are moments that are very open-ended, such as why Nanno brought Yuri back. Was it because she saw potential in her ? Could it be as simple as her doing it out of curiosity ? Was she looking for an equal ? Was it because she wanted company ? It's also unclear as to why Yuri is so morbid when we've seen how Nanno has been treated, yet there is purpose and limitations to Nanno's lessons as opposed to Yuri's childish need to kill simply because she's impatient to see results. The show offers us a pretty good balance of psychological horror and drama with an ending that's very open for interpretation. The acting can be alright at best at times but the show covers relevant material and is very raw in it's delivery, and that alone deserves some amount of respect for not holding back on topics such as rape, high school pregnancies, and going over the consequences of simply being a bystander. We could all learn something from Nanno. Yuri, not so much.
  • Jun 01, 2021
    season 1 was fresh and the narrative content was interesting but season 2 just felt like a cheaply made series that is drawing views from it's popularity in season 1, some episodes were interesting but some were awfully bad
  • May 29, 2021
    My wife and I watched the first season and the first two or three episodes of season 2. My Mrs. had a strong hunch this show was going to turn revolting and said asked why I liked "her." The character is so clearly not human that any comparison with her and real people is quite regrettable, but I'm afraid that is what a lot of impressionable young minds are going to do. If you have kids, strongly encourage them NOT to watch this show. It is about revenge, the bad guy always being 100 percent bad, and the good guys being 100 percent good--and one character knowing all, the well-acted character of Nanno. I concluded to my wife that I wanted to watch the program to see if this young woman could "pull off" the character of Nanno. The writing is "good," but it gives Nanno little leeway to be any more than a caricature. She is slightly more than that, and that's why I wanted to see if season 2 would be the actress' downfall. So far, no, but watch those closeups. I guessed she was at least 25. She's 27, and despite the schoolgirl uniform, she looks far too old for savvy viewers. I WOULD like to see the woman who plays Nanno act in a role that is actually based in reality. But back to my point to keep the kids away. The show's second season's worst moment is the one with Aum, the hard-driving no-nonsense teacher who loses her mind and her control in the aftermath of her husband having an affair with a student. Aum fantasizes about seeing her old man with the girl, she won't take advice from her boss, a man who didn't spot the obvious, that this woman is loony. It gets totally unreal when Aum stabs a student with a pen she's been clicking the whole episode (metaphor alert). Come on! You don't have her arrested? Oh. You fire her. That's the answer. Very well. The ending is almost telegraphed, but I must say it is the WORST excessive fake violence and bloodshed ever shown on TV, with teenagers splattered all over the screen like so many bugs on a windshield. Good grief already! This literal overkill would scare the bee jeebers out of a lot of young people, and it is totally uncalled for--despite its effort to remind Americans of the mass killings in schools. (If this disgusting display on this show wasn't a jab at America--which deserves a dig but not this--then I'm off my rocker. The Girl from Nowhere has flown off the rails and I wish, for the world's sake, it had crashed and burned after that bloodletting. That Nanno walked off with a snicker as Aum FINALLY shot her own bad self illustrates that the producers are truly messing with the viewers, many of whom they know are vulnerable people, some under 18 and far younger. They infuriate me, and I wish someone could yank this thing from view. But, that is the problem with the web. Once it is out there, it's out there. People will find it. That is why it is more important than ever before that parents be the watchdogs. The old days of networks semi-joining parents in keeping it clean are long gone. I could go on and on about the horrible mistakes the nets made and continue to make. Maybe another time. BTW, I am not a schlock. I was a newspaperman for ten years and have written thoughtful reviews of classical music concerts for major newspapers, as well as a daily column on local and national electronic media in St. Louis. I urge parents to ban Girl From Nowhere from their kids' available selections. At the very least, tell them it is total fantasy. People may act like that, but most humans are better than Nanno and company. Thankfully.
  • May 29, 2021
    Still a good show but not a fan of Yuri or that story arc.
  • May 27, 2021
    I really dont like Yuri, I preferred the first season, at the end some of the plots are lacking of a resolution and the writers only recurred to a deus ex machina ending, the second season is also very pretentious and Yuris character depicts that pretentiousness....
  • May 24, 2021
    It is so good that you must see it all. I loved the first season because she didn't show any emotion and it was pretty good. I think that all of the people who did bad things and ended up in a "bad ending" was because of them, so f*ck them lol. And I LOVED the 2 season because she finally showed a little bit of emotion, it was like her character development. *SPOILER* In the last episode I think that she didn't died, if she did I would totally rate this bs a half star. But I guess it is the "to continue" thing to make you think about the other season and what's going to to happen next. And also TOTALLY LOVED THE 2ND CHAPTER OF THE 2S, LIKE SAY NO MORE.

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