World’s End Harem Season 2: Release Date, Trailer, Cast, Plot & More

World's End Harem Season 2: Release Date, Trailer, Cast, Plot & More

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Shūmatsu no Harem, also known as World’s End Harem, is a Japanese web manga series written by LINK and illustrated by Kotaro Shōno. The first part of the manga was serialized in Shūeisha ‘s Shōnen Jump+ online magazine from May 8, 2016 to June 21, 2020 with its chapters collected in 12 tankōbon volumes, while a second part, Shūmatsu no Harem: After World, began serialization on the same platform on May 9, 2021, with 2 tankōbon volumes so far. The manga is licensed in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment under their Ghost Ship adult imprint. The series has inspired another manga series, titled Shūmatsu no Harem: Fantasia and Shūmatsu no Harem: Britannia Lumiere, respectively. Two audio dramas were released in May 2017 and August 2021. A VR game adaptation developed by DMM Games was released in March 2019. An anime adaptation produced by animation studios Studio Gokumi and AXsiZ premiered on October 8, 2021, but was pushed back to January 7, 2022. In this article, we are going to tell you everything you need to know about a potential second season of World’s End Harem.

The second season of World’s End Harem still hasn’t been confirmed yet. The first season aired two years ago and the manga is still ongoing, so there is a good possibility that World’s End Harem could return for a second season. Having said all of this, World’s End Harem is a very popular series and based on all the known facts, a second season is not impossible. We just don’t know when.

The rest of this article will bring you all the known and unknown information related to a potential season 2 of World’s End Harem. 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 extremely popular new anime series.

World’s End Harem Season 2 release date

Shūmatsu no Harem is written by LINK and illustrated by Kotaro Shōno. It began serialization in Shūeisha’s Shōnen Jump+ on May 8, 2016. In May 2020, it was announced that the first part of the manga reached its climax. The first part of the manga ended with its 85th chapter on June 21, 2020. In March 2021, it was announced that the second part of the manga, titled Shūmatsu no Harem: After World, would begin serialization in Shōnen Jump+ on May 9 of that year.

The manga has been compiled into individual tankōbon volumes by Shūeisha. The first volume was published on September 2, 2016, and 14 volumes have been released so far. In October 2017, Seven Seas Entertainment announced the acquisition of the manga for an English language release under their Ghost Ship imprint for older readers.

A spin-off series, titled Shūmatsu no Harem: Fantasia, written by LINK and illustrated by SAVAN, began serialization in Shueisha’s Ultra Jump on April 19, 2018. It is also published on Shōnen Jump+ and the Young Jump mobile app. In April 2019, Seven Seas Entertainment licensed the manga for an English language release under their Ghost Ship imprint for older readers.

Another spin-off, titled Shūmatsu no Harem: Britannia Lumiere, written by LINK and illustrated by Kira Etō, began serialization on the Shōnen Jump+ app and the Manga Mee mobile app on June 26, 2020. Shūeisha is also simultaneously publishing the series. in English for free on Manga Plus. In December 2020, the series went on hiatus after the release of its 17th chapter due to Etō’s health condition, but then resumed serialization in June 2021. The series officially ended on July 29, 2021 with the release of its chapter 22.

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In May 2020, it was announced that the series would receive an anime adaptation. The series is animated by Studio Gokumi and AXsiZ, with Yū Nobuta directing and Tatsuya Takahashi writing the script. Masaru Koseki is designing the characters, while Shigenobu Ookawa is designing the characters. is composing the music for the series.

The first episode of the series premiered on October 8, 2021, while subsequent episodes were delayed until January 2022 due to the need to “closely examine” the production of the anime. The series re-aired on January 7, 2022, starting with the first episode. The series had 11 episodes in total. It aired on Tokyo MX, BS Fuji, and AT-X.

The opening theme is “Just Do It” performed by H-el-ical //, while the ending theme is “Ending Mirage” performed by EXiNA. In August 2021, Crunchyroll announced that they had licensed the anime and streamed it worldwide excluding Asian territories, while Muse Communication licensed the series in South and Southeast Asia.

As you can see, the future of World’s End Harem is quite uncertain, but not because there’s no interest. The series is very popular and we’ll just have to see how the manga keeps doing to make any proper predictions about the potential continuation of the series. In any case, the earliest we could see a potential second season is 2024, but we’d have to get some confirmation on the future during 2022 or 2023.

World’s End Harem Season 2 trailer

You now know all the facts and our thoughts related to World’s End Harem Season 2, which means that you’ve probably deduced for yourselves that there is no trailer for the second season of World’s End Harem. This is because we do not know whether there will even be a second season of the show, which means that a trailer might not appear at all. But, based on all the information we have, this does not seem like a likely outcome.

As we have said, World’s End Harem is a very likely candidate for a return. The anime has received acclaim from both professional skaters and the otaku community, and is very popular, with the manga still being published. After that, we have to wait and see whether there are actual plans for a continuation before we can make a proper prediction.

Taking into account everything we’ve said, a trailer for World’s End Harem is unlikely to come out this or the next year. The earliest we could see a trailer is 2024, but we would have to get confirmation of a second season sometime during 2023 for that to happen.

World’s End Harem Season 2 plot

At this moment, we do not know where the second season of World’s End Harem could take us because we don’t know how many chapters of the manga the season could potentially adapt. Namely, due to a lack of information in general, we have absolutely no clue how far the second season might go if it even happens. What follows is a general overview of the show’s plot.

The story is set in Tokyo in 2040. Here Reito Mizuhara, a boy who attends the state university of advanced medicine finally decides to declare himself with his colleague and childhood friend Elisa Tachibana after ten years, revealing that he is suffering from multiple sclerosis , a neurodegenerative disease that has not yet found a definitive cure.

So he decides to be hibernated for five years to ensure that the development of artificial intelligences can find a cure, but before this happens Elisa promises to wait for him and the two boys decide to exchange a promise of love. Reito’s brother and sister also go to the place of hibernation and greet their relative together with his girlfriend, after which the young man falls into a deep sleep.

Five years pass and Reito successfully wakes up in 2045, but waiting for him will not be her beloved one, but another girl called Mira Suou, who however aesthetically resembles her a lot. Reito is officially cured but in the hospital where he was operated on he begins to notice that only women are present, so the girl he met as soon as he woke up decides to explain the situation to him for her safety.

In its five years of cryogenic sleep, a virus called MK has erupted around the world that has shocked the human race and has resulted in the deaths of almost all men. In Japan there are only five survivors while in the rest of the world it is not yet known, however the Earth has fallen into chaos, in fact there is neither a cure, nor a vaccine against this virus.

Women are psychologically destroyed without their husbands and children, and therefore Reito has become one of the most important resources on the planet for the procreation of mankind and for finding a miraculous cure. The world is now ruled by women, more specifically by the united nations society called UW, United Women, which has offices all over the world.

The task of this association is to protect the five survivors, giving each of these a tutor, or girls who will have the task of obliging and making sure that these men go to bed with as many women as possible, hoping to be able to give birth to as many sons as possible and so slowly repopulate the population, but the protagonist has a completely different idea, since he still loves Elisa and would like to have children exclusively with her.

It will later be disclosed that the MK virus did not arise from nothing but that it was created by humans themselves for unknown reasons while Elisa disappeared into thin air three years earlier while looking for a cure, so Reito will begin his journey in search of his girlfriend. and the hypothetical vaccine for the salvation of humanity.

World’s End Harem Season 2 cast

It’s still too early for us to discuss a potential second season of World’s End Harem in terms of cast and characters, simply because we do not know whether there will even be a second season. But, seeing how we know that the series is going to have a more-or-less fixed cast, we really don’t expect to see too many changes in the structure of season two, if it ever happens. Now, the main characters that have appeared in season one, likely to return for a second season, include:

  • Reito Mizuhara
    Voiced by: Taichi Ichikawa
    The male protagonist. He is one of only five sentient men left in the world due to being immune to the MK virus, as a result of treatment for a cellular stricture. Erisa Tachibana is his lifelong love, and she promised that she would wait for him, and after waking up, Reito’s main goal is to find her, but he must face the reality of being one of the most coveted people in the world.
  • Mira Suō
    Voiced by: Haruka Shiraishi
    The female protagonist. She is Reito’s personal assistant, and one of the main ones interested in having sex with him, trying to seduce him even the first night after waking up. In appearance she is very similar to Erisa, which she sometimes confuses Reito. Her strong determination collides with Reito’s desire to find Erisa. Mira is revealed to be a clone of Erisa, which is why she has cellular degeneration. After Elisa’s death, her organs were transferred to Mira.
  • Elisa Tachibana
    She was Reito Mizuhara’s childhood friend and love interest and a former student at the National School of Advanced Medicine. After the MK virus outbreak, Elisa became the leader of a terrorist group known as Izanami. Because she is barren, she cannot have children. In the sequel manga Shūmatsu no Harem: After World, it is revealed that Elisa died from an incurable disease.
  • Akane Ryūzōji
    Voiced by: Yō Taichi
    Reito’s lecherous nurse. Her mother, Kihara, is the head of the ruling council of Japan. sui yamada Voiced by: Aya Yamane Reito’s bodyguard. Although she looks like a little girl, she is strong enough to knock out an angry bear. Rhea Katagiri Voiced by: Keiko Watanabe Reito’s new assistant after Mira’s firing. Because she is a lesbian, she hates men in general and has a crush on Mira. Although she hates Reito because she thinks he is a pervert and because he is very close with Mira, she supports him in her research for the vaccine.
  • Maria Kuroda
    Voiced by: Yurie Kozakai
    A timid virologist who helps Reito find the cure for the MK virus. Mahiru Mizuhara Voiced by: Yukina Shuto Reito’s younger sister who works at a refugee shelter.
  • Kyōji Hino
    Voiced by: Takuya Eguchi
    A lustful and hedonistic man who enjoys living in a world of only women. He worries about his partners, as he lashed out at Karen for tricking one of her partners into having sex with Shōta Doi. He is killed by Chloe, who along with her squad, intended to eliminate the remaining men, including Reito.
  • Neneko Isurugi
    Voiced by: Shizuka Ishigami
    Hino’s assistant.
  • Rena Kitayama
    Voiced by: Yuri Amano
    A former actress who becomes one of Hino’s mistresses.
  • Shōta Doi
    Voiced by: Kazuki Ura
    A boy wearing glasses who was put into cryostasis while waiting for a cure for his multiple sclerosis. In the past he suffered bullying at school because of his liking for idols. He has feelings for her teacher Yuzuki and chooses her as her first mating partner. Later in the series, he receives a makeover and becomes the first president of a Japanese republic.
  • Karen Kamiya
    Voiced by: Ayana Taketatsu
    Shōta’s assistant who secretly plans to take over the world. Yuzuki Hanyu Voiced by: Marika Hayase Shōta’s teacher who becomes his lover.
  • Shunka Hiiragi
    Voiced by: Haruka Michii
    Shōta’s classmate and lover who used to get bullied like him.
  • Natsu Ichijo
    Voiced by: Arisa Aihara
    Shōta’s classmate and lover. She is a rich girl who used to be in an arranged marriage and is not used to mundane tasks like dressing herself.
  • Akira Tōdō
    Voiced by: Riho Iida
    Shōta’s classmate and lover who is an athlete.
  • Chifuyu Rehn Kuroda
    Voiced by: Natsumi Takamori
    Shōta’s classmate who is jealous of others and the fact that Shōta is not attracted to her because she looks like a girl.
  • Shion Hoshino
    Voiced by: Reina Ueda
    Shōta’s classmate who used to ignore him when he was bullied.
  • Erika
    Voiced by: Yuki Kudo
    The girlfriend of Shōta’s bully, Takamatsu, who also bullied Shōta. After learning of Takamatsu’s death from the virus, Shōta takes it out on her with Érika by mistreating her and making her her slave.
  • Chloe Mansfield
    Voiced by: Rumi Ōkubo
    An American who is the former UW World Headquarters envoy and office director for the UW Department of Peacekeeping Operations. She later becomes commander of the radical organization Maria’s Womb, tasked with the extermination of the men. Although she likes to seduce Reito, she is a psychopath who hates men. After the intentions of the UW to eradicate men were revealed to the whole world, Chloe and her subordinates had to flee Japan. However, she sabotaged Reito’s vaccine to cure the virus, causing the remaining men who were vaccinated to lose interest in sex.

Where to watch World’s End Harem Season 2?

At this moment, as expected, there is no means of watching World’s End Harem season two, as there is no season two of World’s End Harem to watch. The first season was streamed globally by Crunchyroll, the best anime-related site on the Internet, so it is safe to assume that a second season would also be streamed via Crunchyroll.

Will there be a World’s End Harem Season 3?

The future of World’s End Harem is, as of this moment, unknown. At this moment, we don’t really know anything about a second season, so whether we’ll be seeing the third season or not is still unknown. The series has done well and there is still a lot of material to adapt, which is a good sign for fans of World’s End Harem. Depending on how a potential second season goes, World’s End Harem could very well be renewed for a third season as well.

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