Do you remember the moment once you heard”Gurenge” for the very first time and it took everything from you not to grab an amplifier, then run to the nearest mountain, and then blast the tune for your entire neighbourhood to hear? Well, you are not the only one who can’t skip Demon Slayer’s tricky opening and you may not need to wait too long before you hear one again.
The oh-so-long-awaited next season of the smash-hit anime Demon Slayer is finally on its way to fans of the show and we’re here to tell you everything you want to know before it hits your screens.
Demon Slayer Season 2 Release Date
The next season of Demon Slayer will premiere sometime in Summer 2021.
The number of episodes that season 2 will have is not yet known, but we could presume based on the first season the second season will possess twenty episodes or more. As soon as we know more information, we’ll be sure to let you know.
Demon Slayer Season 2 Synopsis
Most probably, the next season of Demon Slayer will pick up from where the film Demon Slayer that the Movie: Mugen Train left off. Here’s what the next season will cover:
Demon Slayer season 2 features the subtitle of”Entertainment District Arc,” […] The Entertainment District Arc takes Tanjiro and companion to Yoshiwara, an unscrupulous red-light district, where crime and demon activity run uncontrolled. Demon action is suspected after some wives go lost from the region. A new ally for Tanjiro includes a private connection to this puzzle and it renders Tanjiro more motivated than ever to reach the bottom of all this.
Although the synopsis does not have any signs that Demon Slayer that the Movie: Mugen Train must be watched to understand the next season, it may pay off to watch the film before season 2 broadcasts to cover all of your bases.
Luckily, the movie will be in American theaters on April 23rd, so you will be able to get all caught up with the story before the second installment’s release!
Demon Slayer Season 2 Trailer
While we waited for the film, the trailer for Demon Slayer season 2 was released in February 2021 and it reminded us all of why we fell in love with the series in the first place.
In the remarkable, breathtaking animation which will continue leaving us in awe, to the collection of demon-slaying heroes called the Hashiras, this trailer has it all and you can watch the official trailer below.
Where Can I stream Demon Slayer?
If you’re new to the anime’s fandom or only wish to rewatch Tomioka Giyuu’s water-breathing animated again, all twenty-six episodes of Demon Slayer are currently available to watch on Netflix in addition to on Hulu. On both platforms, both English dubbing and Japanese subbing of the anime are readily available.
As we wait, let us continue hoping to one day be as dope as the Hashiras.