“Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation” Beginning in April 2024, S2 Part 2

The anime series “Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation” has become an international phenomenon. After the first season’s success, people have been waiting patiently for the second.

Season 2 of the anime began airing on July 2 and will wrap up in September, but because the story of Rudeus is just getting started, the production team has decided to get fans even more excited.

On Friday, it was announced that the anime adaptation of Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation II will run for a full two cours (two quarters). The first installment will air from July to September, and the second from April to June of 2024. There will be 25 episodes in the season.

‘Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation’ is back with a brand new cast for season two.

CharacterVoice ArtistOther Works
SaraHaruka ShiraishiAsirpa (Golden Kamuy)
SuzanneYū KobayashiAyame (Gintama)
TimothyWataru HatanoShaiapouf (Hunter×Hunter)
MimirChiharu SawashiroSebas (To Your Eternity)
PatrisItaru YamamotoHaran (Fire Force)
Soldat HecklerKousuke ToriumiNozel Silva (Black Clover)

Former showrunner and creator Manabu Okamoto has been replaced. The new cast members for Season 2 are as follows:

PositionStaffOther Works
DirectorHiroki HiranoMushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation (Assistant Director)
ScriptwriterToshiya Ono86
Character DesignSanae ShimadaPhoto Kano
MusicYoshiaki FujisawaSpy Classroom
Animation ProductionStudio BindONIMAI: I’m Now Your Sister!

The new season of ‘Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation’ is a great change of pace from the show’s customary gags and edgy comedy to a more action-packed adventure, which should please fans of the series.

Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation

Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation

Beginning in November 2012 with Shosetsuka ni Naro, “Jobless Reincarnation: I Will Seriously Try If I Go to Another World” is an isekai light novel series that Media Factory began publishing under its MF’s Book Imprint in January 2014.

After the initial success of the light novel series, which began serialization in Media Factory’s magazine ‘Monthly Comic Flapper’ in May 2014, the series continued to cause havoc. Numerous manga prequels and sequels set in the same universe have also been released.

Studio Bind converted the light novel series into an anime television series in 2021, after more than half a decade had passed since the novels were first published.

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