The new season of “Jujutsu Kaisen” will air uninterrupted for six months

If you are an anime fan jujutsu kaisenwe have good news for you: the second season will take place non-stop for a total of six months, which means that fans will be able to enjoy a full half year of developing the anime’s narrative, which this time will cover both the arc Kaigyoku/Gyokusetsu As the Shibuya incident.

The information was given within the framework of the event for the 10th anniversary of the Japanese media company Toho, and with the announcement, a new promotional image of the next installment of the anime was released, where the characters Gojo can be seen. Satoru, Yuji Itadori, Megumi Fushiguro, and Nobara Kugisakim next to the text The Shibuya Incident, one of the arcs that will be played in the second season:


“Jujutsu Kaisen”: Photography: ANN

the television anime jujutsu kaisen premiered in October 2020 and had 24 episodes. Crunchyroll streamed the anime outside of Asia as it aired in Japan, and has also streamed the English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, and German dubs. The synopsis for the series reads: “Although Yuji Itadori looks like an ordinary teenager, his immense physical strength is something to behold. All the sports clubs want him to join them, but Itadori prefers to hang out with the school’s outcasts in the Occult Research Club. One day, the club manages to get hold of a sealed cursed object. They do not know the terror they will unleash when they break the seal…”

The announcement is certainly very welcome for viewers who have waited more than two years for the second season since the anime debuted in October 2020 with 24 episodes. There is no concrete premiere date for the second season yet, but it has been confirmed that it will officially arrive in 2023.



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