Tokyo Revengers Season 2 officially Confirmed, Voice Cast, Trailer, What will happen?

The original anime production house, Liden Film Studios has officially confirmed that Tokyo Revengers Season 2 is under production and is set to premiere sometime in late 2022. Directed by Koichi Hatsumi, written by Yasuyuki Muto, the anime series is based on the science-fiction thriller manga series written and illustrated by Ken Wakui that follows the story of a 26-year old Takemichi who teleports in his past to save his middle school girlfriend and his younger brother. The manga has sold over 50 Million copies till April 2022 along with winning the 44th Kodansha Manga Award for the shonen category in 2020.

Is Tokyo Revengers season 2 coming out?

Yes, a second season of Tokyo Revengers is coming out as the creators have renewed the series for season 2 and the production has begun in Feb 2022 under Liden Films. It will also have a total of 24 episodes with an average length of 23 minutes.

Tokyo Revengers season 2 poster

Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Release Date Countdown

Tokyo Revengers Season 2 is officially confirmed but no exact release date has been announced yet but as per some fan theories, the new season of Tokyo Revengers is coming out in November 2022 on Crunchyroll. The announcement was made at Jump Festa 2022 event in December 2021. In Feb 2022, Koichi confirmed that new season of the series was in production.

First season of the series was released in 2021 with a total of 24 episodes. A live-action film was also released within the same year in Japan produced under Warner Bros Japan. Now, fans are expecting that a new season will be released around the same time frame that is in July. Since no official announcements have been made on the creators side, we have no idea when will the show return but will return for sure.

Where to stream Tokyo Revengers anime?

Season 1 of Tokyo Revengers is now streaming on Crunchyroll, VRV, and HBO MAX inside the United States. All the episodes are also available in English dubbed version along with the subbed version in original Japanese audio. Only Indian and Asian viewers can stream the show on Netflix while other countries need to take a Crunchyroll subscription in order to watch the series.

Tokyo Revengers season 2 where to watch

Crunchyroll licensed the series worldwide while Muse Communication owns the license to stream the series in South and South East Asia. MBS, TV Tokyo, TV Aichi, TVh, TVQ, BS Asahi, AT-X, TSK, QAB, RKK remains the original TV network inside Japan while Animax Asia remains the original English network inside South East Asia. Tokyo Revengers season 2 will also stream on the same platforms.

Tokyo Revengers Season 1 Ending Explained

In Tokyo Revengers episode 24, we saw Valhalla meeting with Toman but Takemichi seems confused on seeing Kisaki is getting praised for that. Takemichi gets one step closer to his goal after becoming the chief of the gang and when he returned to present then he finds that he worth something way better than past. Now, there are some people who likes him.

After that, Kisaki invites Chifuyu and Takemichi for a drink and confesses that he has played a negative role in the death of Baji but the two were so drunk that they barely move to beat this evil. Baji wakes up after sometime and finds out that Kisaki is murdering Chifuyu in front of him. Kisaki finished Chifuyu and now heading towards Takemichi to kill him.

What to expect from Tokyo Revengers season 2?

Tokyo Revengers episode 25 will show the result of bullet fired by Kisaki. Since the last scene shows only the time when the bullet was fired without revealing any casualty, the possibilities of saving Takemichi’s life are infinite such as the arrival of a Tokyo Gang member like Kazutora.

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