2023 Will Witness 2nd Season Of ‘Jujutsu Kaisen’ Anime

After a Saturday evening screening, the actors of the Gekij-ban ”Jujutsu Kaisen 0” animation film and Jujutsu Kaisen tv anime confirmed that the television show will be renewed in 2023. Last month, the film’s website indicated that the Saturday viewing would include an “important announcement.”

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Gege Akutami, a manga writer, created this image to mark the film’s success and the introduction of a second season. Akutami thanks the readers, viewers, and everyone engaged in the creation of the artwork reports Anime News Network.

Junya Enoki, who plays Yuji Itadori, the protagonist of the program, made an appearance at the ceremony to promote the next season. The event’s personnel dragged a box onto the platform, and Enoki emerged wearing a sash congratulating the film on its box office success. The back of Enoki’s sash indicated the second season as he turned around. The season will launch in 2023, according to a display above the actors.

Beginning April 3, the first season of the program will be replayed. “I believe we can give a growth that will fulfil expectations,” MBS president Yichi Mushiaki said last month with regards to a prospective second season.

The tv anime ”Jujutsu Kaisen” started in October 2020 and ran for 24 episodes. Crunchyroll broadcasted the animation in Portuguese, French, English, Spanish, and German, as well as dubs in German, and German, Spanish and Portuguese.

The animation is based on the same-named manga by Gege Akutami. In March 2018, Akutami published the comic in Shueisha’s Weekly Japanese anime Jump magazine. As one of its Jump Start programs, Viz Media released the anime and manga first three in English alongside its Japanese counterparts. Viz then began digitally releasing new episodes of the manga when it shifted to its newer Shonen Jump format in December 2018. The manga will also be available through Shueisha’s MANGA Plus service.

As of February 6, the animation film Gekij-ban Jujutsu Kaisen 0 has earned 7,603,732 tickets in Japanese continent for a total of 10,456,322,400 yen (about $90.6 million). On March 18, the movie will be released in the United States and Canada featuring English subtitles and just a dub.

The movie is based on Akutami’s comic prequel tale Jujutsu Kaisen 0 Tokyo Toritsu Jujutsu Kt Senmon Gakk (Jujutsu Kaisen 0: Tokyo Prefectural Jujutsu High School), which was published in English by Viz Media.