It is anticipated that the year 2023 will be a watershed point for the medium of anime. Along with returning episodes of popular shows like as “Demon Slayer” and “Attack on Titan,” the second season of “Jujutsu Kaisen” will also be shown. After such a successful first season, it’s reasonable to suggest that Yuji and his coworkers have earned the right to be included in that group. Following the success of the Jujutsu Kaisen 0 movie, in which we were transported to a time before the events of the main series, we will now return to the present day for Season 2.
In the following, we will provide you with a rule rundown on the next instalment so that you are kept updated till the following year. In addition to this, we analyzed the source material in order to formulate hypotheses about the next events. Continue reading to learn all we currently know about the upcoming second season of Jujutsu Kaisen, as well as other information.
Date Anticipated for the Release of Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2
The release date of Jujutsu Kaisen season 2 has been set for 2023, as was revealed during an event that took place in Japan. It is possible that the premiere will take place during one of the three primary release periods for anime, either Winter 2023 (beginning in January 2023), Spring 2023 (beginning in April 2023), or Fall 2023 (beginning in October 2023).
We believe that the most probable time for the release will be in the autumn of 2023. Not only did the first season release within the Fall timeframe, but the animation studio MAPPA has also devoted work on Jujutsu Kaisen 0, Attack on Titan, and the forthcoming Chainsaw Man.
Plot of Season 2: Which Chapters Might Be Adapted to the Show?
After the conclusion of the Death Painting Arc, which took place in chapters 55–64 of the manga adaptation of the anime series, the first season of the anime series was brought to an end. If the anime continued to adapt the manga in the same order in which it was published, then the next episode would cover the Gojo’s Past Arc, which spans chapters 65–79 in the manga. This would be the case if the anime continued to adapt the manga in the same sequence in which it was released. If this turns out to be the case, the second season could concentrate mostly on flashbacks to early parts of Gojo’s life, while also laying the groundwork for the Shibuya Incident, which will play an important role in the final act of the story (chapters 79-136).
On Crunchyroll, the first season of the anime is now being streamed in its entirety, so if you want to get caught up before the second season, you can watch all 24 episodes of the first season right now. As a direct consequence of the recent merger with Funimation, the streaming platform will likely become the exclusive distribution channel for popular anime series such as the second season of Jujutsu Kaisen and the third season of Demon Slayer. There will also be additions of some more well-known anime.
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