Since the publication of the Death Note series in October 2006, written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata, fans have been enthralled.
The following season of this 37-episode anime TV show has been highly anticipated by viewers for the past 14 years.
The popular anime’s creator, Studio Madhouse, has stayed mum on the renewal ever since. However, there is some rumour around the continuation of Death Note Season 2.
So let’s find out if Death Note Season 2 will be released or not.
About Death Note
In 2006 and 2007 Death Note was initially broadcasted on Tsugumi Ohba’s manga series and led by Tetsuro Araki, Director of Attack On Titan. The anime is a story about Light Yagami, a high-school student who has the capacity to kill any person whose name is inscribed in a strange notebook.
The Anime from 2006 is also Tsugumi Ohba’s best adaptation of the manga series by Takeshi Obata. The manga started in 2004 and ended in 2006 with its 12th volume. The author-illustrator finally came back in February 2020, though, to complete his famous story.
Death Note Season 2: Cast
- Sachiko Yagami
- Ayako Yoshino
- Kiyomi Takada
- Yagami Souichirou
- Amane Misa
- Yagami Sayu
- Kanzou Mogi
- Shuuichi Aizawa
- Matsuda Touta
- Hirokazu Ukita
- Sakajo, Ryotarou
But like with any previous series of this type, we anticipate that just a few characters and their original voice actors will return for Death Note Season 2. So, if you see a completely new cast for Death Note’s second season, don’t be shocked.
Death Note Season 2: Expected Plot
Season 2 of “Death Note” has not yet been announced. Until we receive the formal announcement, the plot’s specifics will remain a mystery. But according to our best speculation, “Death Note: Special One Shot” will probably be used in the second season. If that occurs, season 2 will likely time hop with a completely new plot and opponent.
The first adaption tells the tale of Light Yagami, a bored Shinigami named Ryuk who gave him a notebook called the “Death Note” to pass the time with. Light intends to utilise the “Death Note” to purge the world of evil by assassinating one criminal after another using the names he writes in it.
Death Note: Special One Shot, a new potential source for season 2, features Ryuk’s return to the real world. He goes up to Minoru Tanaka, a brilliant middle schooler, and offers him the “Death Note.”
Following the Kira tragedy ten years ago, the world has already put in place stronger preventative measures this time. The synopsis is as follows:
More than ten years after his previous visit, the Shinigami Ryuk makes his way back to Earth and offers the Death Note to Japan’s top student in the hopes that he will continue the legacy of Light Yagami.
Minoru Tanaka asks him to come back in two years and surprises him by returning the notepad. Minoru, a current high school student, accepts the notebook from Ryuk, although he has no intention of using it.
He auctions it off anonymously with the Shinigami’s assistance and his own resourcefulness while Near keeps tabs on him and foresees his every move.
Every Japanese citizen under the age of 60 will be provided for life if the United States of America purchases it, but the King of Death invents a new Death Note law that foils Minoru’s and the U.S. President’s intentions.
Death Note Season 2: Release Date
There is no specific release date for the anime “Death Note” because a second season has not yet been officially announced.
As more information becomes available, we will continue to keep an eye on the situation and update this post. However, it is expected that “Death Note” season 2 will be released date in early 2023.
Death Note Season 2: Trailer
As we know there is no official announcement on Death Note Season 2. So there is no trailer yet. You can watch the trailer for Death Note season 1 below.
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