Demon Slayer Season 2

‘Demon Slayer Kimetsu to Yaiba’ is arguably the most beloved and successful anime series of recent years.

Season 1 was the Best Anime’ award at the 2019 New type Anime Awards. It also won the Anime of the Year’ award at the 2020 Crunchyroll Anime Awards.

Since then, the sequel movie “Mugen Train”, has broken numerous Box Office records and became the highest-grossing film in 2020.

With the movie now available to stream on all streaming platforms, attention will return to the series’ eagerly awaited return.

Release Date

The Entertainment District Arc will release Demon Slayer season 2 in 2021. Multiple reports suggest an October premiere.

This weekend’s ‘Demon Slayer Matsuri Online Anime 2nd Anniversary Festival’, it was revealed that the second season of the popular anime will return in 2021.

This news was accompanied by several new visuals, a teaser video and some new visuals. But no release date was revealed.

Some media outlets including Yahoo Japan have leaked information indicating that season 2 will air in October as part of a Fall slate.

Attack on Titan part 2 will air in Winter. It would be ideal to premiere the second episode in Fall, so there wouldn’t be any clashes with broadcasting.


The story of Demon Slayer season 2 is a continuation of the movie ‘Mugen Train,’ which picks up directly from the season 1 finale.

Season 2 will adapt the “Entertainment District Arc” manga series, which ran from chapters 70 to 99.

In this arc, Tanjiro and Inosuke accompany Zenitsu (Tengen Uzui), on a mission from Yoshiwara to investigate reports of demons.

Because the anime is a direct adaptation of the original manga series we can confidently predict the plot of season 2. You don’t want to miss any of the plot details, so be sure to read the manga.

Where To Watch Demon Slayer Season 2

The second season of Demon Slayer will be available on simulcast across Funimation Crunchyroll, Hulu, and Hulu at the time of writing.

Funimation may be able to secure the broadcast rights for season 2 due to their exclusive streaming agreement for Mugen Train.

Fans shouldn’t expect the series to be available on Hulu and Amazon Prime until the complete season is over.