Jujutsu Kaisen is set to return with a second anime season next year, and we recently reported that there will be news. Today, we take stock of the length of the second season and which arcs of the manga drawn by Gege Akutami will be adapted.
As the manga series continues with a new Deadly Tournament, this one still builds on the fallout from the biggest story arc with the biggest fights in the series. In fact, after the development of the second anime season was confirmed, fans were eager to know how far it could go.
In this article, we reveal some of this information to you. Indeed, the episodes of the second season of the anime Jujutsu Kaisen will be divided into two consecutive courses. As of now, it has not yet been revealed if it will be a 24 or 25 episode season. However, they will be broadcast directly through two seasonal programs, so they will be broadcast for a year and a half without interruption.
The news doesn’t stop there. In fact, the second season produced by MAPPA will also tackle some major story arcs. These updates are accompanied by a second key visual shared by the official animejujutsu Twitter page. Here is the content:
The second season of Jujutsu Kaisen is currently scheduled for release next year. Although there is no window or release date yet for the series, we confirm that it will address both Gojo’s past and the Shibuya incident from the original manga.
Gojo’s past arc, in particular, is split into two smaller arcs: “Hidden Inventory” and “Untimely Death”. Instead, the Shibuya incident is a central fight told in 58 chapters of the manga. It is the longest of the series so far. So there’s a lot of material to adapt into the anime.
It’s questionable if the anime will be able to fully adapt it with the second season, but if it has the same pacing as the first season, it might be doable. The Shibuya Incident features many characters facing many battles, so it will be exciting to see the developments in the anime.