The fantasy isekai harem anime “Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation” has been a fan favorite. The audience loved both the cinematography and storyline of the series. With action-packed sword fights and sorcery duels, the series has left a lasting impression in the mind of the viewers.
Cour 1 of the anime premiered back in January 2021. While fans are eagerly waiting for the second cour, they will be disappointed to learn that it will take a while for the anime to return.
The official website of “Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation” released a new key visual and announced that the anime’s second cour is now postponed to October.
In the visual, we can see Rudeus, Louis, and Eris around a campfire, taking a break from their journey. The logo of the franchise is also visible in the picture. Studio Bind, the production house behind the anime, will release the exact broadcasting details pretty soon.
Initially, the second cour was scheduled to premiere in July, but the producers and the studio decided to push it to October for various reasons.
This has also affected the release of the Blu-Ray discs of the anime’s first cour. The third chapter will now be released on January 19, 2022, while the fourth chapter has been postponed to March 16, 2022.
The official website also revealed that the first cour of the “Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation” will be rebroadcasted in July.
Tokyo MX and BS11 will re-run the series from July 11 at midnight JST every Sunday. The first cour, released back in January, was an instant hit among the fans. An RPG game has also been planned to be released later.
We hope that the studio can resolve the issues that it is facing right now, and the anime starts its second cour on time!
About Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation
“Jobless Reincarnation: I Will Seriously Try If I Go To Another World” is an isekai light novel series that was initially published on Shosetsuka ni Naro since November 2012 before Media Factory started publishing under its MF’s Book Imprint in January 2014.
The light novel series wreaked havoc, and it was a success; soon after, i.e., in May 2014, Media Factory started serialization in its magazine ‘Monthly Comic Flapper’. Many spin-off manga have been launched that connect with the same universe.
After more than half a decade, the light novel series was adapted into an anime television series by Studio Bind in 2021.
Source: Official Website