Demon Slayer Season 2 is expected to resume with an “anime movie”. Release Date is October 16, 2020, in Japan. But unfortunately, the episodes as a result of the clearance of this Demon Slayer movie and a global pandemic the dates for Kimetsu No Yaiba season 2 have shifted their release date likely towards 2021. Featured Image by Panzer.
Demon Slayer Season 1 ended in October last year. After the successful run of Season 1. Fans are expecting a lot from the franchise because the manga is a super hit with the readership surpassing even that of One Piece in 2019 at some point.
Kimetsu No Yaiba was at the top in Manga until it ended with the 205th Chapter. Over 60 million copies were sold of the series including both Magazine and digital versions.
- 1 Demon Slayer Season 2 Release Date
- 2 Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode Count
- 3 Demon Slayer Season 2 Plot Spoilers
- 4 Demon Slayer Season 2 Starcast
- 5 Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba Movie Demon Train
- 6 Demon Slayer Season 1 Plot Recap
- 7 Where to Stream Kimetsu No Yaiba Season 2 Anime?
- 8 Demon Slayer Manga Sequel?
Demon Slayer Season 2 Release Date
Due to the release of its Movie Demon Train and it will take a little bit of time to release also because of the pandemic we all are going through Covid-19. We can expect something at the start of 2021 hopefully. There is no official announcement from anyone yet.
Still, the release date is not official yet to show among the audience through the teaser has become very popular, the audiences are eagerly waiting for the release date. It is difficult for the studio to act the second season and the studio is struggling with many problems and founders are into debt.
The Demon Slayer Season 2 might take on from the point where the movie ends. Many believe that the Demon Train Movie will act as a link between season 1 and season 2. So far the studio doesn’t have any strong and valid reason for not giving us what we want- Demon Slayer Season Second.
Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode Count
The studio Ufotable is yet to announce this, but considering the success of season 1 and the manga, the studio may decide to release Kimetsu no Yaiba: Demon Slayer Season 2. Season 2, just like season 1, will have each episode of approximately 24 minutes. Each episode will air once a week.
Demon Slayer Season 2 Plot Spoilers
As we all know that the first season of Demon Slayer has ended with the leading actors boarding on the infinite train. The second season will start from the portion where the first season end. The movie will act as a link between the seasons. However, each episode of season 2 will be around 24 minutes.
Demon Slayer season 2 will be full of action, fights, comedy, and drama. The movie trailer gave us a highlight of the upcoming story which is covering the infinite Demon train arc. Over 40+ passengers will disappear from the train.
If you have read the manga, you might know what will season 2 and upcoming seasons will later bring to us. Not revealing much we will skip right to the end of the manga and talk about the ending.
Tanjiro finally faces Muzan, and in their epic fight, Tanjiro is absorbed. Yes, you read it right! Tanjiro is absorbed, Muzan tries to shatter his will, and like his sister Nezuko, he is turned into a demon as well. And from what we have seen, Demon King: Tanjiro looks pretty sick. The ending was insane, where both got turned back to humans again, Muzan was defeated and the will of Tanjiro wasn’t broken and we cannot wait to see season 2 coming out soon.
The Demon Slayer Corp has finally won over the Demons and now are no longer needed, so this is the ENd of the Demon Slayer Corp. Only two pillars remain, the water pillar Giyuu Tomioka and Sanemi The Wind Pillar.
Tanjiro has lost his sight in his right eye but ends back with his sister Nezuko along with newly added members to his family Zenitsu and Inosuke.
We go over the potential relation for Inosuke, and Nezuko x Zenitsu with the most important love story Tanjiro x Kanao.
Demon Slayer Season 2 Starcast
Director – Haruo Sotozaki
Producer – Hikaru Kondo, Masanori Miyake, Yuma Takahashi
Storyboard – Haruo Sotozaki, Masashi Takeuchi, Takashi Suhara, Toshiyuki Shirai, Yoshiaki Kawajiri
Main characters – Tanjiro Kamado, Inosuke Hashibira, Genya Shinazugawa, Kanao Tsuyuri, Zenitsu Agatsuma, Nezuko Kamado
Music – Gō Shiina, Yuki Kajiura
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba Movie Demon Train
Demon Slayer DT Movie – Demon Train is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated movies of the year. As of now, Ufotable Studio has released a 20-second teaser of the upcoming Demon Slayer Movie that will cover up the Infinite Demon train arc. We can expect it on October 16, 2020.
The movie is going to focus on the flame pillar of demon slayer corps, Rengoku. Fans are all excited and eager. Many demon slayer fans have welcomed the decision to turn the Infinity Train Arc into a movie. They believe, this way Season 2 won’t be rushed.
Also, they say that a movie will fit perfectly into the requirements of the Demon Slayer story. Many wanted a separate movie for Rengoku, and they got what they wanted.
Still, there are some fans who prefer a season over a movie. But after the successful run of Season 1 fans cannot wait to watch a movie continuing the story.
The story of the Demon Slayer will continue with the movie adaptation of the next arc, namely the Demon Train Arc. Fans can’t help but get more hyped for the movie. Turning Demon Infinite Train Arc into a movie is a great way to handle the stuff. The arc is important, but it would be too short for a season and too long for two episodes.
Demon Slayer Season 1 Plot Recap
A boy named ” Tanjiro ” is the only person who is a breadwinner of the household. All the responsibilities were on him after his father’s death. One day he went down to the village to sell the charcoal to earn money for his living. In an event, he went to his closed ones there he found his whole family was murdered except his sister, Nezuko.
The story begins with Tanjirou Kamado – the protagonist. Tanjirou was burdened with his family responsibilities soon after the death of his father. The poor and impoverished kamado family was living a peaceful and happy life on a remote mountain.
One day, Tanjirou determined to go down the hill to the local village to earn some money by selling charcoal. On his way back, Tanjirou decided to take shelter in the house of a strange man, because night falls.
The strange man warns him about the presence of flesh-eating demons that sneak in the wood at night. The next day, he reached his home and saw a dreadful scene. His whole family was massacred and the only survivor, his sister Nezuko, was turned into a bloodthirsty monster.
Tanjirou, who is full of wrath and hatred swears to avenge his family and stay by his only remaining sister.
Alongside Demon Slayer Corps- The mysterious group. Now, Tanjirou is ready to slay demons and to protect the leftover humanity in his sister at all costs. On his quest, he comes across various demons and fights them with all his might, for he can’t lose his loved ones anymore.
The anime is an action-packed extravaganza that electrifies your senses for 24 minutes of heart-throbbing slaughter.
Where to Stream Kimetsu No Yaiba Season 2 Anime?
English Dubbed version of Kimetsu no Yaiba Demon Slayer season 1 is exclusively available on Crunchyroll. Season 2 will also air on the same platform.
Apart from Crunchyroll, you can watch anime on other official platforms. We highly condemn the use of unofficial illegal websites and applications for streaming.
Demon Slayer Manga Sequel?
There is no official news about the Demon Slayer Kimetsu no Yaiba manga series returning back anytime soon, the Demon Slayer manga ended with 205 Chapters. Over 60 million copies sale took place of the series including both Magazine and digital versions.
The Demon Slayer Manga Brand is quite big, therefore we can expect it to return soon
It has been in Weekly Shanon Jump since February 2016. The manga magazine series has 19 volumes of Demon Slayer. It is one of the best selling manga series written and illustrated by Koyoharu Gotoge.
The readership is really as high as that of One Piece. Why would they stop such a popular series midway of its growing great popularity? There has been no official statement about the sequel or continuation yet.