Oshi no Ko Season 2 Release Date Revealed With New Trailer

Oshi no Ko Season 2
Akane in Oshi No Ko (Photo Credit: Doga Kobo)

The latest news on Oshi no No Season 2 has stirred up the entire anime community. Makers of the much-awaited anime series made an important announcement. Recently, a new promotional teaser, key visual, and the release date for this series have dropped.

With the release date confirmed and fast approaching, Oshi no Ko is set for a triumphant return. The series gained immense popularity in 2023, prompting a swift renewal following its first season. The highly anticipated second season is slated for a Summer 2024 release, though the exact date has not yet been specified.

Oshi no Ko Season 2 release date, plot & more

On May 26, 2024, the makers of Oshi no Ko revealed a promotional trailer that provided a glimpse into what fans can expect from this much-awaited release. Oshi no Ko Season 2 will make it to the screens on July 3, 2024. It will be available on Japanese local television networks such as Tokyo MX and over 29 other channels. Global audiences can catch this series on HIDIVE.

The newly-released key visual features the characters of this series in their costumes for the 2.5D Stage Play. Oshi no Ko season 2 will also have Ruby Hoshino and Mem-Cho play crucial roles in the story. The trailer of the upcoming installment highlighted several important scenes from the upcoming arc.

Oshi no Ko season 2 will delve into the 2.5D Stage Play Arc. This storyline will consist of intense drama, tense conflicts, character development, and other complex elements that will add depth to the entire story. The forthcoming arc will also focus on the importance of rehearsals, which are crucial plot points in Oshi no Ko. Former acting partners Kana Arima and Melt Narushima will also cross paths again, thus adding to the intrigue.

Fans can watch Oshi no Ko season 2 from July 3, 2024 onwards.

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