The Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba made its debut in 2019 and quickly gained popularity throughout the anime community.
The stunning animation style and some of the cutest character designs (yes, we’re talking about Nezuko) wowed the audience right from the start, and a compelling storyline kept them watching until the very end of each episode, which was a feat in itself.
The Demon Slayer is based on a highly successful manga series of the same name written and illustrated by Koyoharu Gotouge. The first season of the anime series, which consists of a total of 26 episodes, was released in the year 2019.
During the course of the story, the audience is introduced to a young Kamado Tanjiro, whose family has been slaughtered by demons and who has had his sister turned into one by the demon king. He embarks on a journey to find a cure for his sister, while also learning to battle demons on the road and, of course, making new friends along the journey.
The first season was followed by the film Demon Slayer: Mugen Train (Kimetsu no Yaiba: Kyodai no Kizuna), which was released in October 2020. The second season is currently in production. It was a huge hit, earning more than $400 million in a short period of time, making it the highest-earning anime film and Japanese film in history, respectively.
The enormous popularity and success of The Mugen Train prompted Funimation to adapt the film into a seven-episode television series, which premiered on October 10 and will conclude on December 10. It delves deeper into the backstory of the film, as well as the arc of The Flame Hashira Kyojuro Rengoku’s character.
The upcoming second season of One Piece is one of the most eagerly anticipated anime series in recent memory, with fans all over the world eager to find out what Season 2 has in store for them. Here, we’ve compiled all of the information we’ve gathered about Demon Slayer Season 2, including everything from plot and casting details to release dates, as well as a few details about the episodes themselves.
The Release Date For Demon Slayer Season 2
The second season of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba will premiere on December 5, 2021, and will conclude on December 5, 2022. A one-hour episode will kick off Season 2, which is also known as the Entertainment District arc, and will air every Sunday at 11:15 pm starting in January 2019.
(Japan Standard Time). According to Anime News Network, the Entertainment District arc will air on Fuji TV during the fall and winter seasons over the course of two three-month periods, also known as cours.
The arc will be broadcast over the course of two three-month periods, also known as cours. Prior to that, a seven-episode miniseries based on the Mugen Train film, known as The Mugen Train arc, will premiere on October 10, 2021, and will conclude on December 10, 2021.
Demon Slayer Season 2 Be About?
The second season of Demon Slayer will pick up immediately after the events of The Mugen Train. We can anticipate a prelude to the main story in the second season, which will take place at the conclusion of the Mugen Train miniseries. This arc, also known as the Entertainment District arc, will see the series relocate to Yoshiwara, Japan’s fabled red-light district, for a period of time.
To hunt down notorious demons in Yoshiwara, Tanjiro, Inosuke, Nezuko, and Zenitsu will join the Sound Hashira Tengen Uzui and the Sound Hashira Tengen Uzui. Daki, one of the Twelve Kizukis, will appear as one of the primary antagonists in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba’s Entertainment District arc. Daki is one of the Twelve Kizukis.
The protagonists will be seen dealing with the loss of Kyojuro Rengoku, the Flame Hashira, battling their own personal demons while also battling real-world demons, and strengthening their bonds with one another as a result of their experiences.
During the Kimetsu-Sai Online: Anime 2nd Anniversary Festival on February 14, the official trailer for Demon Slayer season 2 was released, as was an official announcement.
How Many Episodes Are in Demon Slayer Season 2?
According to the previous paragraph, Season 2 of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba will be divided into two parts, with the first being titled Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – Mugen Train Arc, which is a seven-episode adaptation of the film The Mugen Train.
It premiered on October 10 and began with a brief explanation of the events that led to the Flame Hashira Rengoku boarding the demonic train in the first place. Another possibility is that at the conclusion of the seven-episode miniseries, we will get a prelude to the Entertainment District story arc, which will serve to bridge the gap between the two while also serving as a preview of Season 2’s main event.
‘Flame Hashira Kyojuro Rengoku’ was the title of the first episode of The Mugen Train arc, which premiered on October 10, 2021. The second episode, “Deep Sleep,” premiered on October 17, 2021, and was recently re-aired.
It was followed by the third episode, titled “Should Have Been,” which aired on Sunday, October 24, 2021, and was the final episode of the season. Because of Japan’s election season, the fourth episode of Demon Slayer: Mugen Train arc has been delayed by a week, with the episode airing one week later than originally scheduled.
If everything goes according to plan, the remaining episodes of the Mugen Train miniseries should air on the following dates: November 7th, November 14th, November 21st, and November 28th.
In addition to the seven-episode Mugen Train miniseries, Demon Slayer Season 2 will have 18 episodes, according to iQIYI, a Chinese movie and video streaming website and over-the-top (OTT) media service provider. With this, the total number of episodes in the Entertainment District arc reaches eleven total.
Later this year, on December 5, the first episode of the Entertainment District arc will air, which will be an hour-long viewing experience.
Who Is Involved in the Making of Demon Slayer Season 2?
The majority of the original cast and crew from Demon Slayer’s first season will be returning for Season 2 of the show. This includes the demon slayer protagonists Natsuki Hanae as Kamado Tanjiro, Hiro Shimono as Zenitsu Agatsuma, and Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Inosuke Hashibira, as well as the series’ supporting characters.
Tengen Uzui, the Sound Hashira, will be voiced by Katsuyuki Konishi, who is best known for his roles in Fairy Tail and Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, among other projects. In addition, Haruo Sotozaki will return to direct the film.
Demon Slayer Season 2 will make use of the animation talents of the same studio that created Demon Slayer Season 1, Ufotable. Their earlier work includes the anime series Fate, and their distinct animation style has been praised by anime fans all over the world for its uniqueness and originality.
Lisa, the singer who performed the original theme song for the show’s first season, will also perform for the show’s second season. In Season 2’s take on the Mugen Train arc, Lisa has performed two songs: an opening song and an ending song.
The opening song “Akeboshi” from the ongoing miniseries can be heard here, followed by the track “Shirogane” later on.
Demon Slayer has enlisted the help of artist Aimer to create the story arc for the Entertainment District. In addition to the track “Zankyosanka,” the singer will also perform the ending song “Asa ga Kuru” for the remaining episodes of Season 2, which will be available to watch starting in December.
Yuki Kajiura (Sword Art Online) and Go Shiina (Tekken), who composed the music for the first season of Demon Slayer as well as the film The Mugen Train, will also be composing for Season 2.
How Can I Watch Demon Slayer Season 2?
It will be broadcast on 30 domestic television channels in Japan, including major networks such as Fuji TV and Tokyo MX, for the duration of Season 2, which includes the Mugen Train arc as well as the Entertainment District arc.
A special post titled ‘Kimetsu TV News Announcement Special’ was published on July 13 by Aniplex, the company behind the anime adaptation. The announcement was made by the company behind the anime adaptation, Aniplex.
Demon Slayer Season 2 will be streamed live on Funimation in the United Kingdom, Ireland, United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, with a dubbed version available in other countries. Funimation, Hulu, and Crunchyroll will also broadcast the seven-episode Mugen Train miniseries that precedes the Entertainment District arc, which began on October 10 and will conclude on November 3.
Several other streaming services, including Netflix, have licensed the show for viewers in other parts of the world. Netflix, for example, broadcast the first season of the anime series to a much larger global audience in January 2020, compared to other streaming services.
As a result of its simultaneous release on multiple digital platforms, including Apple TV, Google Play, and Amazon, the Mugen Train film became an even bigger hit than before.
We’re hoping that Season 2 of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba will be available on your preferred streaming service or television network before anyone spoils the plot for you! As a temporary consolation, let us relive Flame Hashira Rengoku’s glory in the Mugen Train miniseries, which is currently airing on Funimation every Sunday at 11:15 p.m. (Japan Standard Time).