After more than a year’s wait, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba fans are finally getting its second season.
Announcing the new release date over on its website, Demon Slayer‘s second season will be premiering this October, running every Sunday night from 11:15 p.m. JST on Fuji TV in Japan. The season will come in two parts, with the second one following in early 2022 during the winter season and run through until roughly March. Luckily for those abroad, Funimation will also be streaming the show globally under its simulcast.
As for those who wish to revisit season one, the entire catalog is currently on both Funimation and Crunchyroll, and Fuji TV is also compiling five special sessions throughout September with new footage as well. The Sibling’s Bond will drop on September 11, followed by Asakusa Arc on September 12, Tsuzumi Mansion Arc on September 18, Mt. Natagumo Arc on September 19 and The Hashira Meeting/Butterfly Mansion Arc on September 23.
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