Season 2 of Jujutsu Kaisen will premiere in 2023, and we now have our first look at the next season. Isn't that exciting? There's even more action on that front: we now have a new TV special to look forward to very shortly, one that should direct us towards the actual Jujutsu Kaisen season 2 release date.
Do you need a primer before then? Below, we run the rule over the next episode to tide you over till next year. We also looked at the source material to speculate on what may happen next. And that's only the beginning – keep reading to learn all we know thus far about Jujutsu Kaisen season 2. For more from the medium, see our selection of the 15 finest anime shows to watch right now.
The Release Date of Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2
The series' second season will be published in 2023. The TV Special, which is set to debut on September 18, 2022, will almost certainly announce the series premiere date. Every anime follows one of three release windows every year: winter (January – March), spring (April – September), and fall (October – December.) The first season was released around 11 months after it was announced. If the next TV special reveals the release date, the second season of the anime should be available somewhere in the autumn.
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It has been revealed that MAPPA will also be animating the second season. The animation company has a lot of work to accomplish because it is also in charge of Chainsaw Man.
The Plot of Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2
The Death Painting Arc, which ran from chapters 55 to 64 in the manga, was the last part of Jujutsu Kaisen's first season. If the anime continues to follow the release order of the manga, the next part will be Gojo's Past Arc, which covers chapters 65–79.
That is about, you guessed it, Gojo's past. More specifically, it's about a mission where Gojo and Geto were sent to Tengen with a Star Plasma Vessel.
If that's the case, the second season might be a mix of flashbacks to Gojo's past and setting up the Shibuya Incident, which will be a big storyline in the third season (chapters 79-136). Don't worry, we're not going to give anything away, but the Shibuya Incident Arc is all about a plan by Gojo and his new cursed alliance to seal Goto away.
That has more than enough content for the second season of 25 episodes and seems to be the most likely outcome. The end of the first season could also be a sign.
After Yuji and Nobara beat Eso and Kechizu, the Cursed Wombs, they rejoin Megumi. But Sukuna, using Yuji's hand as a mouth because of anime, eats the finger and brings Yuji one step closer to regaining his power.
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Expect the new season to deal with this growing evil as well as the evil of Choco, the third Cursed Womb triplet, who has joined forces with Geto and Mahito, the two main bad guys of the show.
There is also the small problem of a mole at Jujutsu High, and teacher Utahime is very interested in finding the sneaky sorcerer. This will be a big part of the next season, too.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is the Second Season of Jujutsu Kaisen Planned?
Season 2 of Jujutsu Kaisen will start airing in 2023, and now we have our first look at the new season. Isn't that cool? Even more, is happening in that area: a new TV special is coming up soon, and it should help us figure out when season 2 of Jujutsu Kaisen will come out.
How Powerful is Sukuna?
Sukuna has proven in every apparition that he is by far the strongest cursed spirit ever. When enraged, he gravely damaged Mahito, easily defeated Jogo, and defeated Mahoraga, something no user of the Ten Shadows Technique and even a member of the Gojo Family with the Six Eyes had done.
Why is Sukana Concerned About Megumi?
Sukuna want to host Megumi. Sukuna has a slim possibility of extracting cursed methods. So he desires the cursed method of the Ten Shadows. Sukuna can and wishes to overcome Gojo using Megumi/his method.
Where to Watch Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2?
If you want to catch up on Jujutsu Kaisen before season 2, you can watch all 24 episodes of the first season on Crunchyroll right now.