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‘The Promised Neverland’ Season 2 Release Date: Anime Series Could Return Very Early in 2020

From the trailer of "The Promised Neverland" Season 1 | Photo credit: AniplexUS/YouTube

“The Promised Neverland” season 2 has already been confirmed. However, fans will have to wait several months before seeing where Emma and Ray’s group will go next after escaping the farm disguised as an orphanage.

There is no doubt that the first season of the anime series was a hit because “The Promised Neverland” season 2 was confirmed a day before the final episode aired. All official announcements indicate that new episodes will return in 2020, but no release date window has been given yet.

However, the usual cycle of anime series, especially the newer ones, is that new seasons are released within a year after its predecessor. This then makes the speculations that “The Promised Neverland” season 2 could be released in January 2020 quite plausible.

It is also difficult to estimate the release date window of “The Promised Neverland” season 2 since there is not much known about the production time frame employed for the first installment. But all the indications point to an early 2020 premiere date. For one, the producers of the series would not want to waste plenty of time and make the best out of its popularity among anime-only fans and those who have been following the franchise in the manga series.

“The Promised Neverland” season 2 will continue the story of children led by Emma and Ray who grew up in the Grace Field House orphanage. They later discovered that the seemingly peaceful place was actually a farm where demons grow children to be eaten.

Obviously, the focus of “The Promised Neverland” season 2 is going to be the struggles of Emma’s group in wandering outside the orphanage. Just like in the manga, they will be faced with all-new threats while being in an unfamiliar place. Added to that, the demons that run the farm will go after them and attempt to bring them back.

By Jess Ferrera
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