Demon Slayer Entertainment District Arc News Coming This September
More news on Demon Slayer season 2, possibly a release date, is coming in a few weeks.
The Demon Slayer anime season 2 has a new airing time slot time in Japan, and more information on this adaptation of the Entertainment District Arc will be coming in the next few weeks.
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Demon Slayer Entertainment District Arc anime news coming September 25
Fuji TV announced on September 6 a new time slot for the upcoming Demon Slayer season 2 in Japan. It’ll now air every Sundays at 11:15 PM starting this Fall, which means October. This doesn’t particularly change anything for us outside Japan, who will be following the series through simulcast.
The anime was also re-confirmed to be airing for half a year, from Fall to Winter included. Moreover, before the start of S2, Fuji TV will reair the first season of Demon Slayer Kimetsu no Yaiba, from September 11 to 23. Using newly cut footage, aired on five days:
- The Siblings’s Bonds airing on September 11
- Asakusa airing on September 12
- Tsuzumi Mansion airing on September 18
- Natagumo Mountain airing on September 19
- Haashira Meeting airing on September 23
Lastly, Fuji TV will air the Mugen Train movie on September 25. This will be the first time the movie is broadcast on TV. Furthermore, news on Demon Slayer Season 2 Entertainment District arc will be revealed then. So be sure to stay tuned that day.
The news will be announced through a special TV program that features the seiyuu (Japanese voice actresses and actors) of Tanjiro (Natsuki Hanae), Nezuko (Akari Kito), Zenitsu (Hiro Shimono), and Inosuke (Yoshitsugu Matsuoka).
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Season 2 was initially supposed to be aired earlier in the day on Fuji TV. It’s possible the channel backpedaled after seeing how gory Demon Slayer can be. The anime series will keep its status as a late-night anime, just like Season 1. And that’s despite how the manga is primarily aimed toward kids and teenagers, seeing it was in Weekly Shonen Jump,
Don’t forget Demon Slayer Kimetsu no Yaiba The Hinokami Chronicles is also coming. The game is releasing in Japan on October 14, and worldwide on October 15, 2021. On PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Microsoft Windows, and Steam. There’s a digital limited edition you can pre-order as well. Be sure to follow the game’s Japanese Twitter account too.