Made In Abyss Season 2 Announces July 2022 Premiere Date

With a new key visual featuring the three familiar characters, Riko, Reg, and Nanachi, the official Made in Abyss anime franchise website confirmed today that his second tv anime Made in Abyss: The Golden City of the Burning Sun is scheduled to premiere in Japan in July 2022. The second TV anime has been licensed by Sentai Filmworks.

The first television anime inspired by Akihito Tsukushi’s fantasy adventure manga aired for 12 episodes from July to September 2017, and its two compilation films, The dawn of travel and Wandering Twilight followed in January 2019. Then, a brand new movie Deep Soul Dawn was released in January 2020.

All of the main voice cast members are set to return.

Message from Miyu Tomita (Riko):

I believe you will be able to see Riko and her friends grow after the first season and the movie. With more new characters, it became more alive, and I take inspiration from my elders to play in each episode. I’m very excited and at the same time I’m really looking forward to the new season! I hope you are all looking forward to it!

Message from Mariya Ise (Reg):

Finally, the adventure to the sixth layer of the Abyss, the Golden City, is about to begin! And I’m so excited! Reg and his friends have overcome many adversities in the past…only this time…I can’t predict how it will end. I will play my role with all my heart and sincerity!

Message from Shiori Izawa (Nanachi):

Congratulations to all Abyss fans around the world! It’s the long-awaited second season of the TV series! I can’t help but congratulate you! (laughs) Me too, I’m very happy to be able to come back with Nanachi to continue our adventures. The story will move into a thicker and deeper abyss with new characters. Pay attention to the escalation and follow us closely until the end!

1st PV:

Source: Official site of the anime “Made in Abyss” / Twitter

©Akihito Tsukushi, Production Committee of Take Shobo/Made in Abyss “The Golden City of the Burning Sun”

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