Beastars is the highly-anticipated anime series on Netflix. Now that the fans already asking “When season 2 release date will arrive on Netflix?”.
This anime series based on the manga of the same name by writer Paru Itagaki. Firstly, the anime return to popular in Japan. After that, Netflix has pick-up for its distribution outside Japan. The anime based on the manga first debuted in September 2016. For the time of writing have been already published a total of 17 volumes. The series first season release on October 10th, 2019 with brand-new 12 episodes. Now the fans waiting for Beastars’ season 2.
When is the Beastars season 2 release date for Netflix?
There’s no official confirmation yet. But according to rumors Beastars’ second season will release around August 2020 or early 2021. The show produced by Studio Orange. However, official Netflix account NX wrote this on Twitter: “Guess it’s not too early to tell you it’s coming first thing 2020 then… #Beastars”
— NX (@NXOnNetflix) November 5, 2019
Here’s the official description:
“In a school populated by anthropomorphic animals, a humble wolf with anxiety investigates a classmate’s sudden murder, while contending with his bewildering feelings for a kindly dwarf rabbit.” Also, directed by Shin’ichi Matsumi and written by Nanami Higuchi and Paru Itagaki.
Beastars characters and cast:
- Legoshi – Chikahiro Kobayashi and Jonah Scott
- Dom – Brian Beacock
- Jack – Ben Diskin
- Haru – Lara Jill Miller
- Kai – Daman Mills
- Sanou – Fukushi Ochiai
- Louis – Griffin Puatu
What happens in season 2:
On season 2 will be after these: “Returning to the school in time for the Meteor Festival, Legoshi and Haru get ready for the event while Louis is still nowhere to be found. Legoshi and Haru try to work things out between them, while Juno tries to force a connection with Legoshi.”
Beastars season 2 will be available on Netflix in August 2020 or early 2021. Check out the trailer below.
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