The second season of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba it’s closer than ever and a recent statement from Fuji TV has made that clear. There It was reported since when we will be able to see the next episodes of the anime, as well as the schedules in which they will be broadcast in Japan, so we also already have the premiere time in Latin America. Review everything we know!
We are in the presence of one of the most successful series of the last decades, since its film, which revolved around the Infinity Train Arc, achieved the all-time box office record in the nation of the rising sun and became the highest-grossing international film of all time in the United States, surpassing the Spirited Away on both brands. The fans are waiting for the ninth installment, where we will see what will happen to the characters after the feature film.
A novelty for the fans is that It was confirmed that the show went through the usual review processes and will be broadcast without any censorship, according to Yuriko Nakamura, Fuji TV’s head of programming, explained. This came after the concern of much of the fandom, since the new chapters will be set in a red-light district in Tokyo, where it was famous until the 50s for offering sexual services, but apparently nothing will change.
+ What the second season will be about
According to the Ufotable report earlier this year, it was confirmed that the Arch of the Entertainment District O Red Light District Arch, the eighth of the manga and one of the readers’ favorites, so the expectation is enormous. We will have our protagonists, Tanjiro, Nezuko, Zenitsu e Inoskuke, infiltrated in the urban area and will join Tengen Uzui, Hashira of Sound, to help him find his wives.
+ When does the second season of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba premiere?
According to the latest report from the Japanese network Fuji TV, also replicated by the website of the Crunchyroll platform, the second season of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is scheduled to premiere in October. That is not all, since will remain on the air for six months, as the delivery will be divided into two parts, with episodes that will air on Sundays in Japan at 11:15 p.m. That is to say, at noon in Latin America.
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