After the movie Guardians of the Night: Infinity Train became one of the highest-grossing Japanese animated films of recent times, fans are impatiently waiting for the premiere of the second season of Demon Slayer. These new episodes will air every Sunday in October and from Crunchyroll they echo that will arrive “unchanged”, as confirmed by Fuji TV.
Demon Slayer do not see modified its second season
Fuji TV’s head of programming, Yuriko Nakamura, has held a press conference with the Japanese media to announce the streaming schedule for the second season of Demon Slayer. It has confirmed that, despite what may happen with the Entertainment District arc, to which the new episodes will be dedicated, the content will be broadcast “without changes.” To understand what these statements are due to, we have to put the magnifying glass on where the plot of the second season takes place.
Demon Slayer take viewers to the Yoshiwara area, a red-light district in Tokyo, famous for offering all kinds of sexual entertainment until prostitution was banned in Japan in the late 1950s. Due to this content, there has been A great debate on whether the anime will faithfully adapt the manga or whether, on the contrary, choose to offer a more familiar version to accommodate all types of audiences. It seems that, from Nakamura’s words, the story won’t change.
Demon Slayer Season 2 Arrive Unchanged
Nakamura, yes, has stated that the Entertainment District arc will undergo “the usual review procedures, but the content will be transmitted without change.” He explained that this decision is based on the schedule in which the second season will be broadcast. In turn, Nakamura continued to indicate that thanks to the “cooperation of Shueisha, Aniplex and ufotable [Fuji TV] can broadcast work that has become a social phenomenon “and that Fuji TV is doing its best to” fulfill our role as a television station by being able to deliver this program. “
The second season of Demon Slayer, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Entertainment District Arc, will air “every Sunday” in October at 11:15 PM on Fuji TV. It is scheduled to run through the fall anime season and winter anime season. A few weeks ago we got to know his first trailer and promotional material.