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'Tower of God' Season 2 Release Date, Cast and Spoilers: Everything Fans Should Know By Now

Here is everything we know so far about the forthcoming "Tower of God" Season 2.

“Tower of God,” a hit South Korean webtoon, won fans over in 2010 with its innovative idea and appealing characters. So, it's no surprise that this dark fantasy series received its debut anime adaptation in 2020. Crunchyroll announced “Tower of God” Season 2 two years later, in August 2022, along with its debut 90-second trailer.

However, fans were kept in the dark for over a year about when they would see Bam and Rachel again. Here is everything we know so far about the upcoming “Tower of God” Season 2.

Tower of God’ Season 2 Release Date

It has been confirmed that “Tower of God” Season 2 will premiere on Crunchyroll in July 2024, per Dexerto. "As mysteries deepen and stakes rise even higher, what new heights will everyone reach?" Crunchyroll tweeted on November 17 and a brand-new 90-second trailer confirmed that “Tower of God” Season 2 will premiere in July 2024. With over 5,000 likes and hundreds of replies, it's clear that fans are excited to see what the forthcoming season has in store for their favorite characters.

Tower of God’ Season 2 Cast

There have been no formal announcements concerning the “Tower of God” Season 2 cast. However, in typical anime form, the Season 1 cast is likely to return, including Rachel voiced by Saori Hayami, Bam voiced by Taichi Ichikawa, Anaak Jahad voiced by Akira Sekine, Quant Blitz voiced by Hiroyuki Yoshino, Serena Rinnen voiced by Hitomi Nabatame, and Headon voiced by Houchu Ohtsuka.

Takashi Sano, known for Season 1 and Sengoku Basara: End of Judgement, will direct the “Tower of God” Season 2, which will be produced by studio Telecom Animation Film and streamed on Crunchyroll.

Tower of God’ Season 2 Spoilers

While no major narrative elements for “Tower of God” Season 2 have been disclosed, fans can expect to see Bam continue his trip up the tower, passing difficult challenges and making awful sacrifices along the way, per

Based on Siu's South Korean manhwa of the same name, it's described on Crunchyroll as the story of Rachel, the girl who climbed the tower to see the stars, and Bam, the lad who needed nothing but her.

Stay tuned for more “Tower of God” Season 2 spoilers, news and updates!

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