Kimetsu No Yaiba Season 2

"Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba" Season 2: Release Date, Episode Details, và Everything We Know So Far


The Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba first debuted in 2019, and took the anime world by storm. The beautiful animation style và some of the cutest character designs (yes, we’re talking about Nezuko) wowed the audience from the start, và a great storyline that kept them hooked until the very end of each episode.

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The Demon Slayer is based on the highly popular manga of the same name by Koyoharu Gotouge. The first season was released in 2019, an anime series consisting of a total of 26 episodes. The story introduces the viewers to lớn a young Kamado Tanjiro, whose family was slaughtered by demons, và his sister turned into one by the demon king. He sets out on a journey to lớn find a cure for his sister, while learning lớn fight demons on the road, & of course, making new friends.

The first season was followed by the movie Demon Slayer: Mugen Train (Kimetsu no Yaiba: Kyōdai no Kizuna) released in October 2020. It was highly successful, crossing the $400 million mark quickly, making it the highest-earning anime film and Japanese film in history.

The huge popularity & success of The Mugen Train led Funimation lớn adapt the movie into a seven-episode TV series, that kicked off on October 10. It explores the backstory of the film, delving more into The Flame Hashira Kyojuro Rengoku’s arc.

The upcoming second season is one of the most highly-anticipated animes in recent memory, & fans all over the world are eager khổng lồ find out what Season 2 is all about. In this article, we have gathered all the tidbits we know so far about Demon Slayer Season 2, everything from plot và casting details khổng lồ release dates, and even a few details about the episodes themselves.

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What Is The Release Date For Demon Slayer Season 2?

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The second season of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba will premiere on December 5, 2021. Season 2, also known as the Entertainment District arc, will premiere with an hour-long episode, và air every Sunday at 11:15 pm (Japan Standard Time). The Entertainment District arc will broadcast over the course of two periods of three months each, also known as cours, on Fuji TV during fall & winter, according to lớn Anime News Network. Before that, there will be a seven-episode miniseries about the Mugen Train film, known as The Mugen Train arc, that was kicked off on October 10, 2021.

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Demon Slayer Season 2 will pick up right after the events of The Mugen Train. We can expect lớn get a prelude to lớn the main story in the second season, at the kết thúc of The Mugen Train miniseries. Also known as the Entertainment District arc, the series will change its location khổng lồ Yoshiwara, Japan’s famed red-light district. Tanjiro, Inosuke, Nezuko & Zenitsu will join the Sound Hashira Tengen Uzui in hunting notorious demons in Yoshiwara. Daki, one of the Twelve Kizukis, will play one of the primary antagonists in the Entertainment District Arc of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba.

The protagonists will be seen dealing with the loss of Kyojuro Rengoku, the Flame Hashira, fighting with their own personal demons while also battling real ones, & strengthening the bonds between each other during the process. The official trailer for Demon Slayer season 2 was revealed on February 14, alongside an official announcement in Kimetsu-Sai Online: Anime 2nd Anniversary Festival.

Aniplex also shared a new teaser on July 13, that provides another look at Daki, one of Demon Slayer Season 2’s primary antagonists.


Season 2 of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba will run in two cours, as explained above, with the first part titled Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – Mugen Train Arc, a seven-episode version of The Mugen Train movie. It kicked off on October 10 & started with a little bit of a backstory of the events that led lớn the Flame Hashira Rengoku getting aboard the demonic train. We might also expect a prelude to the Entertainment District arc at the end of the seven-episode miniseries, bridging the gap between the two, while also serving as a teaser to Season 2’s main event.

The first episode of The Mugen Train arc, named “Flame Hashira Kyojuro Rengoku,” premiered on October 10, 2021. The second episode, “Deep Sleep,” recently aired on October 17, 2021. It was followed by the third episode, titled “Should Have Been,” và aired on Sunday, October 24, 2021. However, the fourth episode of Demon Slayer: Mugen Train arc has been delayed due khổng lồ elections in Japan, with the episode getting pushed back by a week.

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Following the routine, the rest of the episodes of the Mugen Train mini-series should fall on November 7, November 14, November 21, and November 28 accordingly.

According to lớn the Chinese movie and video clip streaming site & over-the-top (OTT) media service provider iQIYI, Demon Slayer Season 2 will have 18 episodes, including the seven-episode Mugen Train miniseries. That puts the number of episodes in the Entertainment District arc at 11. The pilot episode to lớn the Entertainment District arc will be an hour-long watch, premiering on December 5 later this year.


The majority of the original cast & crew from the first season of Demon Slayer is returning for Season 2. This includes the series’ demon slayer protagonists: Natsuki Hanae as Kamado Tanjiro, Hiro Shimono as Zenitsu Agatsuma, & Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Inosuke Hashibira. Tengen Uzui, the Sound Hashira, will be voiced by Katsuyuki Konishi of Fairy Tail and Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure fame. Haruo Sotozaki will also return as the director.

Demon Slayer Season 2 will employ the animation skills of the same studio from Season 1, Ufotable. Ufotable's earlier work includes the anime series Fate, & their unique animation style has been highly acclaimed by anime fans all over the world.

The singer, LiSA, who did the original theme for the show's first season, will be returning for Season 2 as well. LiSA has performed an opening và ending tuy vậy for Season 2’s take on the Mugen Train arc. You can kiểm tra out the opening tuy vậy “Akeboshi” before following up with the track “Shirogane” in the ongoing miniseries.

For the Entertainment District arc, Demon Slayer has tapped the artist Aimer. The singer will perform the track "Zankyosanka" as well as the ending "Asa ga Kuru" for the remainder of the episodes of Season 2, which will be here in December.

Music composers Yuki Kajiura (Sword Art Online) và Go Shiina (Tekken) who scored for the first season of Demon Slayer and The Mugen Train movie will be composing for Season 2 as well.

The entirety of Season 2, The Mugen Train arc và The Entertainment District arc, will broadcast on 30 domestic television channels in Japan, including major networks such as Fuji TV & Tokyo MX. Aniplex, the company behind the anime adaptation, made the announcement on July 13 in a special post titled ‘Kimetsu TV News Announcement Special’.

Demon Slayer Season 2 will be simulcast on Funimation for the territories of the United Kingdom, Ireland, United States, Canada, australia and New Zealand. Funimation, Hulu, và Crunchyroll will also broadcast the seven-episode Mugen Train miniseries that precedes the Entertainment District arc that kicked off on October 10.

Several other streaming services also licensed the show for viewers in the rest of the world, including Netflix, which brought the first season of the anime series to an even larger global audience back in January 2020. The Mugen Train movie was an even bigger hit, thanks to lớn its simultaneous release on digital platforms that included táo bị cắn TV, Google Play and Amazon.

Hopefully, Season 2 of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba will be available on your preferred streaming service or television network before anyone spoils the story for you. Until then, let’s relive Flame Hashira Rengoku’s glory in the Mugen Train miniseries currently airing on Funimation every Sunday at 11:15 pm (Japan Standard Time).

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