All eyes are on Tanjiro now that season two of Demon Slayer is in full swing. As a result, anime has become one of the most popular in decades, and it continues to smash records in both its ratings and sales numbers. Fans are excited to see what season two has in store for them when the Mugen Train mini-arc winds up, although it could be a little shorter than imagined.
Reports about the next season of Demon Slayer appeared on the internet not long ago. According to rumours published on sites like Sugoi LITE, the Entertainment District arc would last for a little over ten episodes.
This arc is expected to last 11 episodes, according to the rumours. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba‘s second season will have its own whole season, as predicted. However, if you look at the total number of episodes for the season, something doesn’t seem right.
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If you’ve been following season two of Demon Slayer, you’ll know that the Mugen Train piece is now in progress. Prior to the start of the Entertainment District arc, the special arc is scheduled to run for a total of seven episodes. Even if an anime-only episode serves as a link between the arcs, the season will still only have 19 episodes.
Season two of Demon Slayer has 18-19 episodes planned, which is a break from the first season. In its initial season, the show aired 26 episodes. This is a typical number for a two-cour season, and Ufotable smashed output in every manner possible. However, with the series’ popularity at an all-time high, the studio may be taking its time on season two. I don’t know. Season two might still cover a third storey arc before the show wraps up next year!
What are your thoughts on this news on the next arc of Demon Slayer? No, I’m not shocked by the number of episodes in this series…