Demon Slayer: Season 2 – Premiere, trailer and everything you need to know

After a successful journey in theaters around the world, the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba franchise is back from the Ufotable studio.

Previously, the Japanese network Fuji TV had confirmed that the series would be broadcast for two consecutive courses, thus covering the autumn (October-December) 2021 and winter (January-March) 2022 seasons. But how will the story be divided during that six month span?

Here are the essential information you should know about Demon Slayer: Season 2:

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Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – Mugen Train Arc

The first part of the season will begin on October 10 with a seven-part miniseries that will review the events of the film Demon Slayer: Mugen Train (Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha-Hen), thus connecting the first season with the following arc. within the direct continuity of the series.

This version of the tape edited for television will feature new images and music, as well as its first episode will present an unpublished story with Kyōjurō Rengoku, the Pillar of the Flame, before boarding the mission on the Mugen Train.

Singer-songwriter LiSA will return to perform the opening titled “Akeboshi” and the ending “Shirogane”.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – Entertainment District Arc

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – Entertainment District Arc (Kimetsu no Yaiba: Yūkaku-hen), an adaptation of the eighth story arc of Koyoharu Gotōge’s original manga, will premiere until December 5 with a special one-hour episode. This part will consist of a total of 11 chapters.

Following the events on the Mugen Train, Tanjirō, Nezuko, Inosuke, and Zenitsu accompany Tengen Uzui on a mission to Yoshiwara. The Pillar of Sound is searching for his three missing wives, who were investigating some rumors involving demons in the Red Light District. There they will face Daki, the Upper Moon Six.

Aimer will be in charge of interpreting the opening titled “Zankyosanka” and the ending “Asa ga kuru”.

Source: CinePremiere