Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2: Release Date, Trailer, Plot, Cast, and More

Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2: Release Date, Trailer, Plot, Cast, and More

Jujutsu Kaisen is one of those anime series that has made a global impact quite quickly. This dark fantasy show that looks a lot like a slightly modernized version of Tite Kubo’s classic Bleach captured the hearts of millions of fans around the world. Jujutsu Kaisen is considered to be among the best and most complete modern-day anime series and with just 24 episodes released so far, one cannot but wonder whether there is going to be a second season of the show.

Jujutsu Kaisen has one season so far and a prequel movie on the way. Although the manga is still ongoing and the first season hasn’t adapted the whole story so far, there have been no news on a potential second season of Jujutsu Kaisen, but seeing how popular the show is and how high the demand among the fans is, a second season seems more likely than not.

The rest of this article is going to bring you all the known and unknown information related to a potential second season of Jujutsu Kaisen. You’re going to find out about its potential release date, whether there is a trailer, what the story could be about, and much more about this great anime series.

Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2 Release Date

Now, as of November 2021, Jujutsu Kaisen has a total of 24 episodes released between October 3, 2020 and March 27, 2021 as part of the first season of the anime series, produced by MAPPA. The series initially aired in Japan before being made available in dubbed format thanks to Crunchyroll and some other streaming services in the West.

Jujutsu Kaisen was enormously popular and people actually loved the anime series, which is why it was somewhat strange that a second season was not announced as of yet, especially since the manga is still ongoing and there is material to adapt to.

Instead of a second season, though, we have gotten a movie announcement. Namely, MAPPA has announced that the prequel manga, Jujutsu Kaisen 0, would be getting an anime movie adaptation set for a December 24, 2021 release.

This isn’t really a second season announcement, really, but it goes to show that MAPPA is invested in Jujutsu Kaisen and that it plans to adapt as much of the source material as possible. So, what does this tell us about the second season?

Knowing that the manga is still ongoing and that there is material for more episodes, and taking into account the popularity of the series, the second season of Jujutsu Kaisen seems practically certain. Still, at this moment, we have no official news about the second season.

It is possible that the ending of the prequel movie will give us some information (that is not an uncommon practice when anime is concerned), meaning that the second season might arrive as early as 2022, but we don’t it’s likely that we’ll be seeing it before late 2022 or even 2023.

So, the roundup is that we don’t know whether the second season of Jujutsu Kaisen will happen, but we do think it’s almost certain that it will. The show is simply too popular for it to be canceled, especially since it’s not using the “Big Three’s” longer format, but rather a modern 24-episode-season format, which makes it easier to create new content, especially since they don’t have to worry about fillers.

As to when, we don’t think that we’ll be seeing the show before late 2022 or 2023, but we’ll just have to wait and see whether the prequel movie, which comes out in December 2021, will surprise us with some exciting news.

Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2 Trailer

As you might have suspected, there is no trailer for the second season of Jujutsu Kaisen and that is simply because the season has not yet been announced, let alone filmed. Now, the second season of Jujutsu Kaisen seems more than likely, especially with the prequel movie on the way; the likely reason for the delay is that the producers want to have more manga material to adapt, so they’re allowing the manga to advance a bit more.

Now, as to when we’ll potentially see a trailer, in the best case scenario, late 2022 or early 2023 would be a possibility if the new season is announced immediately or soon after the prequel movie, but if that doesn’t happen, we might have to wait a bit more.

Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2 Plot

The plot of Jujutsu Kaisen season 2 is relatively easy to predict, if the project really does come to fruition. Why? Well, Jujutsu Kaisen is a fairly faithful adaptation of the manga and thanks to that, we can easily connect the 24 episodes that have been aired so far to their manga counterparts.

As for the general structure, Jujutsu Kaisen has a total of twelve major narrative arcs so far. They are:

  1. Cursed Child Arc
  2. Introduction Arc
  3. Cursed Womb Arc
  4. Cursed Training Arc
  5. Vs. Mahito Arc
  6. Kyoto Goodwill Event Arc
  7. Death Painting Arc
  8. Gojo’s Past Arc
  9. Shibuya Incident Arc
  10. Itadori’s Extermination Arc
  11. Perfect Preparation Arc
  12. Tokyo No. 1 Colony Arc

Now, the Cursed Child arc is actually the narrative of Jujutsu Kaisen 0 and will be adapted in the upcoming movie; it is actually the prequel story to the main Jujutsu Kaisen narrative. Now, as for the main narrative, the anime has adapted six arcs so far, from the Introduction Arc to the Death Painting Arc. The structure is as follows:

ArcNumber of EpisodesEpisode Count
Introduction Arc31-3
Cursed Womb Arc24-5
Cursed Training Arc45-8
Vs. Mahito Arc59-13
Kyoto Goodwill Event Arc814-21
Death Painting Arc322-24

So, this tells us where the anime ends, but also what to expect from the second season. We don’t know how MAPPA plans to structure its future adaptations, but we are going to tell you what you can expect from the plot.

The first of these arcs reveals flashbacks that show Gojo’s past as a jujutsu student in training, befriended by Suguru Geto. He and Geto fail to protect a young girl from Toji Fushiguro, Megumi’s father, an assassin from the Zenin clan who is unable to use cursed techniques. Toji dies in the process, while Geto decides that the world must be cleansed of non-magicians so that cursed spirits can no longer manifest.

A mole in Kyoto Jujutsu Tech turns out to be Mechamaru, a cursed corpse piloted by severely disfigured second-year student Kokichi Muta. Kokichi betrays Mahito and attacks him with a massive manned and armored version of the Ultimate Mechamaru. However, he is caught and killed when Mahito unleashes a fast domain expansion on him. Mahito escapes with his life.

On October 31, Geto and the Cursed Spirits place a protective screen over Shibuya. Various jujutsu wizards, including Yuji, Megumi, Nobara, Gojo, Nanami, and others, arrive there to fight them. Gojo systematically eliminates the cursed spirits, including Hanami, but becomes trapped in the Prison Realm, a special object that imprisons him in a pocket dimension.

Pseudo-Geto also reveals that the real Geto died long ago and that he is now under the control of an ancient sorcerer named Kenjaku. Yuji sets out to find Mahito to get revenge for what he did to Junpei. He is guided by an implanted earpiece created by Kokichi, whose construct leads him to Mahito. Class 2 jujutsu wizard Takuma Ino fights a curse user named Ogami, who transplants Toji’s spirit into her grandson’s body; Ino kills her, but Toji escapes.

Megumi and Yuji defeat the curse user Jiro Awasaka and head to the subway tunnels. Megumi and other jujutsu wizards, including the head of the Zenin clan Naobito Zenin, fight Dagon, a cursed spirit of a special kind, while Yuji fights Choso, the brother of the two Death Paintings. Toji exorcises Dagon and meets Megumi. He is proud that his son kept the name Fushiguro and not Zenin and commits suicide.

Nanako and Mimiko, curse users who are twin sisters and fiercely loyal to Geto, force Yuji to eat ten of Sukuna’s fingers. This awakens Sukuna to fight Jogo in the skies of Shibuya after Sukuna kills Nanako and Mimiko.

Jogo tries to force Sukuna into a binding oath, but Sukuna refuses and easily wins the fight by replicating and amplifying Jogo’s firepower. Sukuna also saves Megumi from Mahoraga, a powerful shikigami. Yuji and Nobara watch as Mahito kills Nanami.

After Mahito touches Nobara and begins to initiate the Idle Transfiguration, Nobara seemingly kills herself by slashing the left side of her face so he can not affect her. An angry and helpless Yuji fights Mahito with Todo. The fight ends with Kenjaku absorbing Mahito.

Choso shows up and reveals that Yuji is his brother. When the incident finally ends, Kenjaku emerges victorious, revealing that he has been jumping from body to body for thousands of years, implanting Binding Vows, which in turn awaken thousands of new sorcerers throughout Japan, including Tsumiki. He then releases many curses he had stored up and unleashes them on Japan. This is the first step in creating chaos and a world full of cursed spirits like the Heian Period.

In the sequel, Yuji and Megumi team up with second-year Yuta Okkotsu (from Jujutsu Kaisen 0) and second-year Yuki Tsukumo, a special class jujutsu wizard and one of the most powerful wizards of all time, along with Choso and second-year student Maki Zenin, to meet Tengen. Tengen, an immortal jujutsu wizard who is half curse, half human, tells the group about Kenjaku’s plan to merge Tengen’s consciousness with the human population of Japan.

The Culling Game, Kenjaku’s all-out war between the jujutsu sorcerers and curse users of Japan, is about to begin. Yuji, Megumi, and second-year wizard Panda team up with Kinji Hakari and Kirara Hoshi, third-year wizards. Maki kills the entire Zenin clan after her twin sister Mai sacrifices herself for Maki. Megumi becomes the new leader of the Zenin clan (and one of its only remaining members) after Naobito dies fighting Jogo. The Culling Game begins.

Since the Tokyo No. 1 Colony Arc is still ongoing, we won’t be summarizing it here until it’s over.

Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2 Cast

As we have said, we don’t have any official info about the second season of Jujutsu Kaisen, so we can only speculate that the main cast from the first seasons, both the Japanese and English voice actors, will return.

If we look at other shows and how things usually play out, the main cast is probably going to return, as it is quite rare for cast members to change between seasons, unless a character ages significantly, but since that is not the case with this show, we expect the cast to return.

This, of course, depends on the production dates and everything else, but this has been the case with most anime so far, as we have said, so we can assume that it will happen again with Jujutsu Kaisen, but we cannot be absolutely certain. So, who would return? Here is a list:

CharacterJapanese Voice Actor (Seiyū)English Voice Actor
Yūji ItadoriJun’ya EnokiAdam McArthur
Satoru GojōYūichi NakamuraKaiji Tang
Megumi FushiguroYūma UchidaRobbie Daymond
Nobara KugisakiAsami SetoAnnie Yatco
Ryōmen SukunaJun’ichi SuwabeRay Chase
Toge InumakiKōki UchiyamaXander Mobus
Kento NanamiKenjirō TsudaDavid Vincent
PandaTomokazu SekiMatthew David Rudd
Aoi TōdōSubaru KimuraXander Mobus
Maki Zen’inMikako KomatsuLaura Post

Where to Watch Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2?

At this moment, as expected, there is no means of watching Jujutsu Kaisen season two, as there is no season two of Jujutsu Kaisen to watch. In Japan, the first season was broadcast on JNN’s news stations, while a stream was provided first by Crunchyroll, with the show also later appearing on HBO Max and Netflix (but only for Asian markets).

It is safe to assume that JNN will retain the rights for Japan, with Crunchyroll retaining the streaming rights for countries outside Asia; whether HBO Max, Netflix, or some other streaming service will also buy the rights is still unknown but it wouldn’t really surprise us.


Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2: Release Date, Trailer, Plot, Cast, and More

Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2: Release Date, Trailer, Plot, Cast, and More

Jujutsu Kaisen is one of those anime series that has made a global impact quite quickly. This dark fantasy show that looks a lot like a slightly modernized version of Tite Kubo’s classic Bleach captured the hearts of millions of fans around the world. Jujutsu Kaisen is considered to be among the best and most complete modern-day anime series and with just 24 episodes released so far, one cannot but wonder whether there is going to be a second season of the show.

Jujutsu Kaisen has one season so far and a prequel movie on the way. Although the manga is still ongoing and the first season hasn’t adapted the whole story so far, there have been no news on a potential second season of Jujutsu Kaisen, but seeing how popular the show is and how high the demand among the fans is, a second season seems more likely than not.

The rest of this article is going to bring you all the known and unknown information related to a potential second season of Jujutsu Kaisen. You’re going to find out about its potential release date, whether there is a trailer, what the story could be about, and much more about this great anime series.

Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2 Release Date

Now, as of November 2021, Jujutsu Kaisen has a total of 24 episodes released between October 3, 2020 and March 27, 2021 as part of the first season of the anime series, produced by MAPPA. The series initially aired in Japan before being made available in dubbed format thanks to Crunchyroll and some other streaming services in the West.

Jujutsu Kaisen was enormously popular and people actually loved the anime series, which is why it was somewhat strange that a second season was not announced as of yet, especially since the manga is still ongoing and there is material to adapt to.

Instead of a second season, though, we have gotten a movie announcement. Namely, MAPPA has announced that the prequel manga, Jujutsu Kaisen 0, would be getting an anime movie adaptation set for a December 24, 2021 release.

This isn’t really a second season announcement, really, but it goes to show that MAPPA is invested in Jujutsu Kaisen and that it plans to adapt as much of the source material as possible. So, what does this tell us about the second season?

Knowing that the manga is still ongoing and that there is material for more episodes, and taking into account the popularity of the series, the second season of Jujutsu Kaisen seems practically certain. Still, at this moment, we have no official news about the second season.

It is possible that the ending of the prequel movie will give us some information (that is not an uncommon practice when anime is concerned), meaning that the second season might arrive as early as 2022, but we don’t it’s likely that we’ll be seeing it before late 2022 or even 2023.

So, the roundup is that we don’t know whether the second season of Jujutsu Kaisen will happen, but we do think it’s almost certain that it will. The show is simply too popular for it to be canceled, especially since it’s not using the “Big Three’s” longer format, but rather a modern 24-episode-season format, which makes it easier to create new content, especially since they don’t have to worry about fillers.

As to when, we don’t think that we’ll be seeing the show before late 2022 or 2023, but we’ll just have to wait and see whether the prequel movie, which comes out in December 2021, will surprise us with some exciting news.

Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2 Trailer

As you might have suspected, there is no trailer for the second season of Jujutsu Kaisen and that is simply because the season has not yet been announced, let alone filmed. Now, the second season of Jujutsu Kaisen seems more than likely, especially with the prequel movie on the way; the likely reason for the delay is that the producers want to have more manga material to adapt, so they’re allowing the manga to advance a bit more.

Now, as to when we’ll potentially see a trailer, in the best case scenario, late 2022 or early 2023 would be a possibility if the new season is announced immediately or soon after the prequel movie, but if that doesn’t happen, we might have to wait a bit more.

Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2 Plot

The plot of Jujutsu Kaisen season 2 is relatively easy to predict, if the project really does come to fruition. Why? Well, Jujutsu Kaisen is a fairly faithful adaptation of the manga and thanks to that, we can easily connect the 24 episodes that have been aired so far to their manga counterparts.

As for the general structure, Jujutsu Kaisen has a total of twelve major narrative arcs so far. They are:

  1. Cursed Child Arc
  2. Introduction Arc
  3. Cursed Womb Arc
  4. Cursed Training Arc
  5. Vs. Mahito Arc
  6. Kyoto Goodwill Event Arc
  7. Death Painting Arc
  8. Gojo’s Past Arc
  9. Shibuya Incident Arc
  10. Itadori’s Extermination Arc
  11. Perfect Preparation Arc
  12. Tokyo No. 1 Colony Arc

Now, the Cursed Child arc is actually the narrative of Jujutsu Kaisen 0 and will be adapted in the upcoming movie; it is actually the prequel story to the main Jujutsu Kaisen narrative. Now, as for the main narrative, the anime has adapted six arcs so far, from the Introduction Arc to the Death Painting Arc. The structure is as follows:

ArcNumber of EpisodesEpisode Count
Introduction Arc31-3
Cursed Womb Arc24-5
Cursed Training Arc45-8
Vs. Mahito Arc59-13
Kyoto Goodwill Event Arc814-21
Death Painting Arc322-24

So, this tells us where the anime ends, but also what to expect from the second season. We don’t know how MAPPA plans to structure its future adaptations, but we are going to tell you what you can expect from the plot.

The first of these arcs reveals flashbacks that show Gojo’s past as a jujutsu student in training, befriended by Suguru Geto. He and Geto fail to protect a young girl from Toji Fushiguro, Megumi’s father, an assassin from the Zenin clan who is unable to use cursed techniques. Toji dies in the process, while Geto decides that the world must be cleansed of non-magicians so that cursed spirits can no longer manifest.

A mole in Kyoto Jujutsu Tech turns out to be Mechamaru, a cursed corpse piloted by severely disfigured second-year student Kokichi Muta. Kokichi betrays Mahito and attacks him with a massive manned and armored version of the Ultimate Mechamaru. However, he is caught and killed when Mahito unleashes a fast domain expansion on him. Mahito escapes with his life.

On October 31, Geto and the Cursed Spirits place a protective screen over Shibuya. Various jujutsu wizards, including Yuji, Megumi, Nobara, Gojo, Nanami, and others, arrive there to fight them. Gojo systematically eliminates the cursed spirits, including Hanami, but becomes trapped in the Prison Realm, a special object that imprisons him in a pocket dimension.

Pseudo-Geto also reveals that the real Geto died long ago and that he is now under the control of an ancient sorcerer named Kenjaku. Yuji sets out to find Mahito to get revenge for what he did to Junpei. He is guided by an implanted earpiece created by Kokichi, whose construct leads him to Mahito. Class 2 jujutsu wizard Takuma Ino fights a curse user named Ogami, who transplants Toji’s spirit into her grandson’s body; Ino kills her, but Toji escapes.

Megumi and Yuji defeat the curse user Jiro Awasaka and head to the subway tunnels. Megumi and other jujutsu wizards, including the head of the Zenin clan Naobito Zenin, fight Dagon, a cursed spirit of a special kind, while Yuji fights Choso, the brother of the two Death Paintings. Toji exorcises Dagon and meets Megumi. He is proud that his son kept the name Fushiguro and not Zenin and commits suicide.

Nanako and Mimiko, curse users who are twin sisters and fiercely loyal to Geto, force Yuji to eat ten of Sukuna’s fingers. This awakens Sukuna to fight Jogo in the skies of Shibuya after Sukuna kills Nanako and Mimiko.

Jogo tries to force Sukuna into a binding oath, but Sukuna refuses and easily wins the fight by replicating and amplifying Jogo’s firepower. Sukuna also saves Megumi from Mahoraga, a powerful shikigami. Yuji and Nobara watch as Mahito kills Nanami.

After Mahito touches Nobara and begins to initiate the Idle Transfiguration, Nobara seemingly kills herself by slashing the left side of her face so he can not affect her. An angry and helpless Yuji fights Mahito with Todo. The fight ends with Kenjaku absorbing Mahito.

Choso shows up and reveals that Yuji is his brother. When the incident finally ends, Kenjaku emerges victorious, revealing that he has been jumping from body to body for thousands of years, implanting Binding Vows, which in turn awaken thousands of new sorcerers throughout Japan, including Tsumiki. He then releases many curses he had stored up and unleashes them on Japan. This is the first step in creating chaos and a world full of cursed spirits like the Heian Period.

In the sequel, Yuji and Megumi team up with second-year Yuta Okkotsu (from Jujutsu Kaisen 0) and second-year Yuki Tsukumo, a special class jujutsu wizard and one of the most powerful wizards of all time, along with Choso and second-year student Maki Zenin, to meet Tengen. Tengen, an immortal jujutsu wizard who is half curse, half human, tells the group about Kenjaku’s plan to merge Tengen’s consciousness with the human population of Japan.

The Culling Game, Kenjaku’s all-out war between the jujutsu sorcerers and curse users of Japan, is about to begin. Yuji, Megumi, and second-year wizard Panda team up with Kinji Hakari and Kirara Hoshi, third-year wizards. Maki kills the entire Zenin clan after her twin sister Mai sacrifices herself for Maki. Megumi becomes the new leader of the Zenin clan (and one of its only remaining members) after Naobito dies fighting Jogo. The Culling Game begins.

Since the Tokyo No. 1 Colony Arc is still ongoing, we won’t be summarizing it here until it’s over.

Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2 Cast

As we have said, we don’t have any official info about the second season of Jujutsu Kaisen, so we can only speculate that the main cast from the first seasons, both the Japanese and English voice actors, will return.

If we look at other shows and how things usually play out, the main cast is probably going to return, as it is quite rare for cast members to change between seasons, unless a character ages significantly, but since that is not the case with this show, we expect the cast to return.

This, of course, depends on the production dates and everything else, but this has been the case with most anime so far, as we have said, so we can assume that it will happen again with Jujutsu Kaisen, but we cannot be absolutely certain. So, who would return? Here is a list:

CharacterJapanese Voice Actor (Seiyū)English Voice Actor
Yūji ItadoriJun’ya EnokiAdam McArthur
Satoru GojōYūichi NakamuraKaiji Tang
Megumi FushiguroYūma UchidaRobbie Daymond
Nobara KugisakiAsami SetoAnnie Yatco
Ryōmen SukunaJun’ichi SuwabeRay Chase
Toge InumakiKōki UchiyamaXander Mobus
Kento NanamiKenjirō TsudaDavid Vincent
PandaTomokazu SekiMatthew David Rudd
Aoi TōdōSubaru KimuraXander Mobus
Maki Zen’inMikako KomatsuLaura Post

Where to Watch Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2?

At this moment, as expected, there is no means of watching Jujutsu Kaisen season two, as there is no season two of Jujutsu Kaisen to watch. In Japan, the first season was broadcast on JNN’s news stations, while a stream was provided first by Crunchyroll, with the show also later appearing on HBO Max and Netflix (but only for Asian markets).

It is safe to assume that JNN will retain the rights for Japan, with Crunchyroll retaining the streaming rights for countries outside Asia; whether HBO Max, Netflix, or some other streaming service will also buy the rights is still unknown but it wouldn’t really surprise us.

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