Made in Abyss Sets Season 2 Release Date
Made in Abyss will finally be back for its second season later this summer and has officially set a release date for the new episodes! After making a successful debut in the first season, Made in Abyss followed up with not two, but three feature films hitting theaters in the years following that first season. But now, years later, the anime is gearing up for a full TV anime series return with the second season currently going by the subtitle of The Golden City of the Scorching Sun. After teasing its mysterious new episodes over the year, fans will finally be able to see them in action soon.
As Made in Abyss: Golden City of the Burning Sun gearing up for its launch this summer, the new trailer for the second season has confirmed that the new episodes will debut from July 6 in Japan. With the new season already cleared for international release, that thankfully means it won’t be long before we see just how rampant the new season is for all the kids venturing into the Abyss. You can check out the new second season trailer below:
Made in Abyss: Golden City of the Burning Sun will be directed by Masayuki Kojima for Kinema Citrus with Shinpei Yamashita returning as producer, Kazuchika Kise returning as character designer, Hiryuki Kurata again handling scripts, and Kevin Penkin returning to compose the music. The central cast of Miyu Tomita as Riko, Mariya Ise as Reg, and Shiori Izawa as Nanachi are also set to return with new additions for the second season, including Misaki Kuno as Faputa, Yuka Terasaki as Vueko , Hiroaki Hirata as Wazukyan, Mitsuki Saiga as Belaf, Hiroki Goto as Majikaja, Kana Ichinose as Maaa, Kimiko Saito as Muugi, and Ryota Takeuchi as Gaburoo.
HIDIVE has announced that they will be streaming the second season of Made in Abyss alongside its launch in Japan as part of their lineup for the Summer 2022 anime schedule. If you wanted to catch up on the series before the new episodes start , you can find Made in Abyss streaming its first season now and three theatrical films (including the sequel Dawn of the Deep Soul) streaming with HIDIVE as well. They tease the series as such, “In the depths of the abyss, a girl named Riko comes across a robot that looks like a young boy. Riko and her new friend descend into uncharted territory to unravel its mysteries, but qu waits for them in darkness?”
What do you think? How do you like the look of Made in the Abyss‘ second season so far? What are you hoping to see from the new episodes when they premiere this summer? Let us know all your thoughts on this in the comments! You can even contact me directly about all things anime and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!