Netflix is moving forward with a sequel to Death Note?

The American live-action version of Death Note was very polarizing. Either you liked it or you completely despised it.

The Hollywood Reporter broke the news of the upcoming sequel.

“Among properties it already owns, Netflix is developing a sequel to 2017’s horror-thriller Death Note, which Sarandos has called a “sizable” success, with Greg Russo writing the script.” 

Director Adam Wingard has not been confirmed if he will return. Wingard has stated Netflix wanted to don’t least two more films but didn’t go into any more detail than that.

Netflix’s first Death Note film left with a cliffhanger, with Light having escaped L’s chase, only to be discovered by his cop father, James. L also finds out a way to take his revenge against Light when he saw a Death Note page left by Light’s girlfriend, Mia. The sequel will probably provide answers to what L would do next.