Beastars has really grown to be one of the most successful anime that is available to stream on the online video streaming service providing platform, Netflix, already, after a very successful first season. In the month of July of this year, we got news that the second season of the series is on its way. Now that we are aware of the fact that a second season is on the way, but the biggest question that arises here is, when will the second season of the series be arriving on the streaming giant?Beastars Season 2 Details Revealed
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It is a Netflix original anime series that is based on the manga of the same name, which is written by the author, Paru Itagaki. The manga made its debut in the month of September of the year 2016, and at this time, when we are writing the article, a total of 17 volumes has been published. Since the adaption of the anime, the franchise has grown in popularity with a fiercely loyal fan base.
Beastars Season 2: Release Date, Current Status, And More Insights
We got our first look at the second season of Beastars in this month in the form of a new poster from NX on Netflix. It is captioned with Someone in the Cherryton Academy drama club has a secret. If you have recently watched the first season of the series till the end, and by till the end means we are talking about even the credits scene, then you may be already aware of the fact that the anime series is getting a second season. This was further confirmed by NX on Netflix Tweet on July 17, 2020.
The production company behind Beastars, Orange: Animation Studio, has been teasing the production shots of the second season. The fans of the series are hoping to see the Beastars Season 2 this year, which is sadly not going to happen, and the fans are disappointed by this fact.Beastars Season 2 Details Revealed
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According to the official website of the series, the second season of the series is not scheduled for a release until the next year, and that is what we got confirmed news about in the update video via NX on Netflix. Also, we would like to tell you that the wait is going to be even longer for the Netflix subscribers if the series is broadcasted in Japan first.