“Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba”: a cliffhanger, the end of season 2

The second season of “” has kept its promise to live up to its first installment. The adaptation of the manga’ arc‘ (‘Entertainment District Arc’ or ‘Red Light District Arc’) is one of the most amazing of the original story and now fans are already preparing to see the grand finale.

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The last Sunday of January 2022, premiered its chapter 9 entitled “After defeating a Crescent Moon” and with it marks the final stretch of the season, whose last episode (2×11) is scheduled to be broadcast in mid-February. Now, a new report published after the ninth chapter has fans thinking that the ending will include a big cliffhanger. To continue; the details

THE ENDING OF “DEMON SLAYER: KIMETSU NO YAIBA” – SEASON 2

“Demon Slayer” has already released the schedule for the end of its second season. According to reports, the last chapter, which will premiere on Sunday, February 13 in Japan and the rest of the world through the Fumination, Hulu and Crunchyroll platforms, It will have an additional duration of 15 minutes, that is, this will be 45 minutes in general. Of course, this means that additional content will be shown during the finale.

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The second season of “Demon Slayer” premiered on Sunday, December 5, 2021 in Japan and on the same day in the United States (Photo: IMDB)

After the announcement, fans think they know what will happen in the last chapter and most agree that it will have a hanging ending. After all, any good season wants to keep fans hooked, and “Demon Slayer” has never shied away from famous cliffhangers before.

How will “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” end?

Anime fans believe that the second season will end with the reunion of Upper Rank, and it is there that several major demons will debut, including Kokushibo. And if you’ve read the manga, you’ll know what this encounter means.

The senior rank meets all together once the ‘Entertainment District Arc’ and one of their own is lost. Akaza appears still hurt from his battle with Rengoku, and he’s not alone. Others like Gyokko show up at this meeting, but all eyes are on Kokushibo. After all, he is a top member of Upper Rank and his powers are considered legendary.

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Tanjiro Kamado in "demon slayer" (Photo: Ufotable)

Tanjiro Kamado in “Demon Slayer” (Photo: Ufotable)

This meeting would undoubtedly leave all fans intrigued, especially those who have not read “Demon Slayer”. On the other hand, while this extra screen time could always go to interviews or recaps, fans cross their fingers for an Upper Rank reunion. It will only be a matter of days to see what will really happen.

HOW TO SEE SEASON 2 OF “DEMON SLAYER”

The second season of “Demon Slayer” can be seen every Sunday at Fumination, hulu Y crunchyroll in Japan and the United States. If you have a free Crunchyroll account, you can enjoy the episodes a week after their premiere with original subtitles. In addition, it can also be seen in other countries, at different times. These are:

  • Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Panama and Ecuador: 10:45 am.
  • Venezuela, Bolivia and Puerto Rico: 11:45 am.
  • Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, Brazil and Uruguay: 12:45 pm.
  • Spain: 4:45 p.m.

On the other hand, Netflix would also have the rights to reproduce the season; that is only to share the chapters several months after their original release.

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Tanjiro faces Daki in the fourth chapter of the second season of "Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba" (Photo: Ufotable)

Tanjiro faces Daki in the fourth chapter of the second season of “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” (Photo: Ufotable)

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“Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba”: a cliffhanger, the end of season 2


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