Pacific Rim: The Black is Netflix’s original adult animated series that debuted on the streaming outlet on March 4, 2021. The series is based on the American science fiction monster film, Pacific Rim, directed by Guillermo del Toro. The show is Developed and co-written by Greg Johnson and Craig Kyle for Netflix.

Pacific Rim: The Black is set in the same universe as the films and at a point in the far future after Pacific Rim: Uprising. The story introduces a race of monsters called Kaiju that arise from the Pacific Rim and overrun the continent of Australia. To survive, Humans build gigantic armed robots, Jaegers. But all these preparations failed, and the continent was abandoned, leaving only isolated pockets of survivors.

Five years after these events, the show’s lead characters, siblings Taylor and Hayley Travis go on a journey to find their parents, who left them to combat the Kaiju but never returned. Their journey begins when the two teenagers stumble across a long-abandoned training Jaeger called Atlas Destroyer, which they end up activating. In the mission to find their mission parents, they not only encounter marauding Kaiju and other survivors who are also fighting for their survival and attempt to seize Atlas Destroyer themselves.

The show’s first season consisted of seven episodes. The season received positive reviews from the audience and stood with an average rating of 7.00/10. Rotten Tomatoes’ critical consensus reads, “While The Black carries over all the grit but little of the humour that distinguishes the Pacific Rim film franchise, its striking visuals and expansion of series lore will likely please Kaiju fans.”

The season and final season of the series is scheduled to hit the streaming site on Tuesday, April 19, 2022. Throughout the first season, whether they find their parents remain unanswered. And since the coming season will be the last installment, we can surely expect to get a full-proof answer to this Mystery. For further updates, stay tuned.

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