The Devil only works part-time! Since its release in April 2013, anime fans have been begging for more. The production took a long time to bring the anime back to the screens. Now that The Devil Season 2’s status as a part-timer has been verified, let’s look at the cast, release date, plot, trailer, and more. Continue reading to learn everything there is to know about season two of The Devil is a Part-Timer!
Will ‘The Devil Is A Part-Timer’ have a second season?
After nearly a decade of anticipation, ‘The Devil Is A Part-Timer’ has been confirmed for a second season! During the Kadokawa Corporation’s Light Novel Expo in March, the makers of the hit anime series stunned fans with a great announcement. Along with the renewal announcement, the first trailer and key art for the new season were also published.
The complete original Japanese voice cast has also been confirmed to return, though it is unclear whether the English voice cast will as well.
Release Date for Season 2 of The Devil is a Part-Timer
While Season 2 of “The Devil Is a Part-Timer!” was announced at the Kadokawa Corporation’s Light Novel Expo, with a trailer released the same day on YouTube, there is still no official release date for the show. Season 2 is expected to premiere in early 2023, according to Cinemaholic, but this is only a guess. Nonetheless, it is not an unjust one. Single anime seasons might take several years to complete.
However, nothing definitive can be confirmed until White Fox or the show’s publishers confirm it. The first season was streamed by Funimation during its initial broadcast. It’s unclear whether this will continue, but given that Season 2 was also announced on the official Funimation blog, it’s possible. They also give no indication of when “The Devil Is a Part-Timer!” Season 2 will be released.
The Devil only works part-time! What is the Plot of season two?
The Devil is a Part-Timer is an adaptation of Satoshi Wagahara’s 27-volume light novel series. Season two will focus on the first two volumes of the novel series, so there will be enough content for the next season. After losing the globe to Hero Emilia in Season 1, The Demon Lord, Satan Jacob, was transported to modern-day Tokoyo. When Satan Jacob (now Sadao Maou) arrived in Tokyo, he discovered that his powers were greatly diminished, and he now lacked real-world skills to live in the new environment.
As a result, he takes a part-time job at MgRonald’s, a local fast-food restaurant. While at work, he discovers that the hero, Emilia (now Emi Yusa), is also working as telemarketing in Tokyo. Email hands Sadao an umbrella amid the rain during the previous season, giving us a glimpse into the growing friendship between the main characters. Viewers may see more of this relationship in future episodes. The third volume of the light novel depicts the birth of a girl kid, ostensibly Sadao and Emi’s daughter. However, without more information, this is simply a guess.
But one thing is certain: seeing our beloved characters return to the screen after a nine-year hiatus will be enjoyable. I’m hoping the wait was worthwhile.
Who will star in Season 2 of The Devil Is a Part-Timer!?
We do know one specific fact concerning “The Devil Is a Part-Timer!” Season 2’s cast will be revealed. At the very least, we know who will star in the Japanese dub. Fans of this version will be pleased to discover that all of the main voice actors from Season 1 will return for Season 2. It’s unclear whether this will be the case with dubs in other languages.
This is unfortunate for dub fans who can no longer be certain that their famous characters will have the same voice. Several English voice performers for the show, however, have indicated curiosity about returning via social media (via Twitter). While this isn’t a guarantee of their return, it does suggest that the English dub for Season 2 will receive the same treatment as the Japanese version.
What are the best places to watch The Devil Is A Part-Timer?
The anime can be seen on Netflix by anime fans. In most regions, the first season of the show is available on Netflix. If the Netlfix library in your country does not offer this anime, you can watch it on Crunchyroll or Funimation. Stay tuned for more anime and Netflix updates.
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The Devil is a part-timer who has a trailer! Second season
Season two of The Devil is a Part-Timer has not one, but two teaser trailers. The first trailer was released on the same day as the second installment’s announcement. And the most recent trailer was just released. Click on the links above to learn more about them.
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