The second season of “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” premiered on December 5, 2021, two years after the broadcast of its first installment and shortly after the theatrical release of the movie “Night Watchmen: Infinite Train.”
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“Demon Slayer” is a highly successful anime in Japan and several other countries, which focuses on the life of Tanjiro Kamado, a teenager who tries to become a demon hunter after his family is killed by one of these beings, by while trying to save her sister Nezuko, turned into a demon in the same attack.
It should be remembered that the first season was launched in 2019 and brought with it 26 episodes. Then the film Kimetsu no Yaiba: Kyōdai no Kizuna or also known as Demon Slayer: “The Infinite Train” was released, which was released in October 2020. The following year, on December 5, 2021, the long-awaited second was released. season that brought Tanjiro Kamado and company back, with new adventures to explore.
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HOW MANY CHAPTERS WILL SEASON 2 OF “DEMON SLAYER: KIMETSU NO YAIBA” HAVE?
The second season of “Demon Slayer” or “Kimetsu no Yaiba” will have a total of 11 episodes, according to Comicbook. However, it was initially stated that the new season would be left with 18 episodes.
The fiction starring Tanjiro Kamado premiered on December 5, 2021 with new episodes of the Entertainment District arc, which continues what happened in the Infinity Train arc.
As @ManganiMY discovered on Twitter, the second season of Demon Slayer is currently featured on iQIYI International with 18 episodes. Fans were hoping this would mean that the Entertainment District arc would be 18 episodes in addition to the seven-episode Mugen Train arc, but this list seems to mean that it will be a total of 18.
It should be remembered that before the official start of the second season, there was a saga of seven chapters that summarized what was seen in the anime film, Mugen Train (“Night’s Watch: Infinite Train”).
Which would mean that only 11 episodes are focused on the Entertainment District arc, however this order of episodes for the new season has yet to be officially confirmed.
Eighteen episodes would make sense for the workload, when you consider that the ufotable team has been working on the series almost constantly since the first season.
This includes not only the work done on the feature film, but also the reissuing of the film and the addition of new material for the television version of the story, while also preparing for a second full season of the anime just one year after the release. movie release.
Considering that there is still the high level of quality in the first episode that fans have come to expect, this order of episodes could mean a higher quality anime overall.
‘Entertainment District Arc’ is the eighth arc, and one of the most mind-blowing, of the original manga.