Edens Zero season 2 release date and time confirmed for Netflix

Hit anime “Edence Zero” concluded its television broadcast in Japan last month, but Netflix has confirmed the release date of Season 2 online.

Historically, Netflix has been releasing its anime content all at once, but only after domestic broadcasts in Japan have ended.

While ongoing series like Komi Communicate and Blue Period are experiencing a newly launched format (weekly simulcast), fans of countless other titles are still patiently waiting for the next batch of content.

This includes the hit science fiction anime “Edens Zero,” which launched the first 12 episodes via the platform on August 26.

However, the streaming giant has now confirmed when Season 2 will launch worldwide!

Edens Zero | Official Trailer | netflix anime



Edens Zero | Official Trailer | netflix anime






Edence Zero season 2 on netflix…

Edence Zero Season 2 will release worldwide via Netflix on November 24, 2021 at 12PM Pacific Time and the following international times:

  • Pacific Time: 12 AM
  • Eastern Time: 3 AM
  • British time: 8 a.m.
  • European Time: 9 a.m.
  • India Time: 1:30 PM
  • Philippine time: 4 pm
  • Australia Central Time: 6:30 pm

Technically, the upcoming release will be “Season 1 Part 2” for viewers following the Japanese broadcast, which concluded on October 3. That’s because Netflix has decided to split Season 1 into two separate chapters, just like The Seven Deadly Sins.

What’s On Netflix reports that 30 chapters of the original manga were adapted into the streaming platform’s first release. However, the second season will adapt 37 chapters, which means fans should look forward to the more action and faster-paced installment.

The second season (Season 1 Part 2 of the original broadcast) will consist of 13 episodes, see below for episode titles:

  1. super virtual planet
  2. girl on the hill
  3. Great Kaiju Shikio
  4. Fireworks
  5. temple of knowledge
  6. words will give you strength
  7. from the planet of eternity
  8. Stone
  9. reset
  10. my mother machine
  11. until the day it turns into strength
  12. raising the torch
  13. someone to love

This article will be updated with an international release time breakdown near the launch of Season 2 on November 24th.

edens zero season 2 in japan

As mentioned earlier, the official Japanese listing for Edens Zero is separate from the release on Netflix.

At the time of writing, the Japanese broadcast of Edence Zero has not been officially renewed for Season 2 by Jessie Staff Animation Studios — it will be Seasons 3 and 4 for Netflix viewers.

However, the official Japanese Twitter Page said that “Shiki’s adventures will continue” after the finale aired on domestic television – indicating that more material is being planned.

Many fans were already hopeful that the anime series would return as the manga that the television series is adapting is still ongoing.

According to Monsters and Critics, episode 25 will roughly correspond to chapter 68 in the manga. The good news is that there are currently a total of 165 chapters published in Japan, which means there’s enough source material to lead Edens Zero into a fifth or sixth season!

Popularity may be the only possible caveat, with the anime currently scoring a slightly hefty 7.34/10 on MyAnimeList and 7.2/10 on IMDB.

However, all of this is also in the wake of director Yuji Suzuki’s tragic demise in September, before the original airing ended. The director of any upcoming Edens Zero project hasn’t been shared publicly yet.

If Edence Zero is renewed for Season 2 (Season 3/4 on Netflix), Japanese fans could see the series return to the summer anime slate in October 2022.

Similar to Eden Zero series…

Already finished Edence Zero on Netflix and need another anime title to watch? Don’t worry, because there are tons of similar series out there!

The most obvious choices are “Fairy Tail,” another series by Hiro Mashima, the creator of Zero of Eden.

From the characters to the story, there are countless nuances between the two series, which means that if you’ve enjoyed Edence Zero, this should definitely be the next title on your watchlist.

Interestingly, the sequel anime of Fairy Tail titled ‘100 Years Quest’ has recently been confirmed to be in production – so there has never been a better time to start the series!

Other anime that would be an entertaining continuation from Eden Zero include Rave Master (also by Mashima), Shaman King, Kanara no Astra and Space Dandy. Whereas the wider range could be Steins Gate, Neon Genesis and classic cowboy beep.

by Tom Llewellyn [email protected]

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