Demon Slayer Season 2 Dub Release Date: Cast, Plot, Everything We Know in 2022!
After eleven fantastic episodes, Demon Slayer Season 2 has come to a close; yet, the English dub of the most current season has just lately begun to air. The public has already seen the dub version of one episode, and fans can expect to see the English version of Episode 2 this week.
Ufotable’s Demon Slayer anime series has set a pattern for all future anime series. The storyline in Entertainment District Arc is no exception to the outstanding animation. It’s no surprise that millions of anime fans are saddened to find that Swordsmith Village Arc, which is now in development, will not return for at least 1.5 years.
The English Dub of Demon Slayer Season 2 Has Been Confirmed.
Funimation and Crunchyroll announced on Thursday that the English dub for Demon Slayer: Entertainment District Arc will begin streaming next week. In addition to the release date for Demon Slayer Season 2 in the English dub, fans can now see a trailer.
Demon Slayer Season 2 will launch in English dub on February 20th at 8:00 a.m. PST. Episodes will be published once a week on Sundays until May 1, when the season finale will be dubbed. The following are all of the standard timetables for various regions:
- • 8:00 a.m., Pacific Standard Time (PST)
- • 10:00 a.m. Central Time Zone: CST
- 11:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time
- • Local time in the Philippines: 11:45 p.m. (PHT)
- • 6:00 p.m., Central European Time (CEST)
- • 5:00 p.m. British Standard Time (BST).
- • 2:00 a.m., Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST).
- • 9:30 p.m. in Indian Standard Time (IST)
Season 2 Voice Cast for Demon Slayer
Members of the Demon Slayer Season 2 English dub voice acting cast include:
Zach Aguilar as Tanjiro Kamado
Abby Trott plays Nezuko Kamado.
Aleks Le plays Zenitsu Agatsuma.
Bryce Papenbrook plays Inosuke Hashibira.
Ray Chase plays Tengen Uzui.
The Plot of Demon Slayer Season 2
The second season of Demon Slayer will be based on the manga’s Yuukaku-hen arc. Tanjiro and his companions will infiltrate a red-light district with the help of Hahira Tengen Uzui to investigate the horrible deaths taking place in the neighborhood. This season should be completed in 12-13 episodes due to the manga arc’s 30 chapters.
Yukako-hen (‘Entertainment District’) is a broad phrase that refers to a location that offers a wide range of adult entertainment facilities and events. It’s uncertain how explicit the anime will be in dealing with these darker topics, but it’s safe to assume that the creators will avoid anything that could be interpreted as overly politically provocative.
The Second Season of “Demon Slayer” will Focus on two Manga Arcs.
When the official release date for Season 2 is revealed, it will span two manga arcs, according to the statement. Some, like the Mugen Train Arc, would cover the events of the anime’s most recent film. Of course, with the show’s serial form, viewers should expect some brand-new stuff. Rengoku, the Flame Hashira, debuted in the season’s first episode. Meanwhile, episodes two through seven will recapitulate the plot of the film.
The Entertainment District Arc, which is slated to fill the remaining episodes of the season, will premiere on December 5. According to Crunchyroll, Tanjiro and his companions will fight a new demon in the second half of the season.
“The Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Entertainment District Arc will see Tanjiro and his friends go on a fresh new adventure within the Yoshiwara Entertainment District, where they will battle the demon Daki (Upper Six), voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro.”
Tengen, the Sound Hashira, will cooperate with Tanjiro and his friends, according to the advertising materials. The Entertainment District Arc is likely to be the most exciting part of Season 2 if you haven’t seen the movie. How many episodes can fans anticipate in total?
Season 2 of “Demon Slayer” Has How Many Episodes
Demon Slayer had 26 episodes in its first season, which is typical for a shonen anime. Season 2 of Demon Slayer, on the other hand, may be slightly shorter than Season 1. According to Dual Shockers, the second season will consist of 18 episodes and will conclude in early 2022.
Seven episodes are devoted to the Mugen Train Arc, leaving 11 for the Entertainment District Arc. More than enough to deal with everything that needs to be dealt with while also setting the stage for season 3.
The show’s success suggests that a third season will be revealed sooner rather than later. The anime will likely continue for a few more episodes as Tanjiro’s adventure continues. Where can fans see the latest episodes while they wait for an official announcement?
Season 2 Trailer for Demon Slayer