Zero Season 2 When Will It Release? What Is The Cast? And When Can We Expect The Show On Our TV Screens?

Zero is a popular anime television series that goes by its full name as Re: Zero – Starting Life in Another World. The anime is based on a Japanese light novel series (which are typically 250 pages) by the same name. The series also has a manga adaptation.


The novel series is a widely popular one among anime fans which sold over more than three million copies and has a significant influence on the popularity of the anime. The first season of the anime series was aired on April 4, 2016.


About Zero

Subaru Natsuki is the lead character for Zero. Subaru spends most of his time playing games and does nothing other than that. One day, on his way back from a convenience store, he is transported to another world. There he soon discovers he possesses a new ability “Return by Death” which basically lets his time travel and thereon faces adventures of the other world.

The series bagged several awards at the 2015-2016 Newtype Anime Awards and Sugoi Japan Awards in 2017. Zero was also nominated for Anime of the Year at The Anime Awards 2016.


When Does The Second Season Release?

The first season of Zero was an instant hit among the anime fans and the critics as well for its “culturally complex world” and its concept. The second season has been long delayed since the show’s inception. The season 2 of the franchise was almost prepared for release in April 2020. Unfortunately, the current world pandemic has struck down harshly on all spheres of life, and it has delayed the release further though we hope to see it soon, probably in July 2020.


The creators of the show have not released any trailers. Though, last year a teaser was released. The teaser showed Subaru walking amidst a pile of mutilated bodies on both sides. Blood splattered on the way. He is seen walking towards The Witch of Greed. The teaser spiked the hopes of the fans, and they have been impatient since.


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