When is the anime Re: Zero Season 2 releasing?? Everything you need to know before it releases!! Cast, Plot and other fan theories!!
Everything you need to know about Re: Zero
Big news for anime lovers is just around the corner! The postponed release date of the anime series Re: Zero has finally been announced. If you are a lover of series from the Niseko genre, this anime content is a must-watch for you. Re: Zero is an adaptation from the original Japanese light novel written by Tappei Nagatsuki. The first three arcs of the novel have been adopted into the manga series. In 2016, Re: Zero’s season one was voted to be the best anime series globally. The series was broadcasted across all major channels in Japan. On the streaming platform, the show is one of the most-streamed Content. Over 60,000 copies of this anime series have been sold on home video.
Back in 2019, it was announced that the team would come up with the second season. However, due to the spread of the pandemic virus, things had to be kept on hold. The premiere has now been announced to be scheduled in July 2020. The trailer of the series along with key visuals and characters would be provided. Before the release of the second season, various channels have restarted steaming and recapitulating the previous series for the entertainment of the viewers.
About 83 characters will be featuring the second season of Re: Zero. Several characters of the first season can also be seen. Some of the major characters that the Series features are Sean Chiplock, Rie Takahashi, Kayu Millo, Inori Minase, Yumi Uchiyama, and Erica Mandez.
The central character of the show is Subaru Natsuki, who isn’t socially active. While fantasizing, he meets Emilia and discovers that he can return to a certain point of time after he is dead. He becomes Elia’s butler, but their relations get estranged after the fight at the royal succession.
This anime series has received positive reviews from critics because of its culturally complex world that it portrays and its humane characters. Re: Zero has received the Sugoi Japan awards in 2017.