That Time I got Reincarnated as a Slime, popularly known as ‘TenSura,’ has managed to capture the hearts of fans with its witty dialogues and subtle comedy.
Although the popular isekai follows some of the cliche and overused tropes of the genre, it still emerged as a pretty good show. Season two of TenSura was recently announced.
The website for TenSura’s anime recently announced that its second season and its spinoff — The Slime Diaries, has been delayed due to production issues caused by COVID-19.
The second season was supposed to premiere in two cours, one of which would air in October 2020 and the other in April 2021.
Now that they have been delayed, the first cour will air in January 2021 and the second in July 2021.
The series’ spinoff was slated to release in January 2021, but will now be released in April 2021. Even though this means that fans have to wait for three months, the content will still steadily flow from January to September 2021.
Here is the promotional video for the second season of TenSura:
That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime, also known as TenSura is a Japanese fantasy light novel series written by Fuse, and illustrated by MitzVah.
It was serialized online between 2013 and 2016 on the user-generated novel publishing website Shōsetsuka ni Narō. It was acquired by Micro Magazine, who published the first light novel volume in 2014. Fifteen volumes have been released as of September 2019.
Satoru Mikami, an average 37-year-old office worker from Tokyo with no girlfriend, was asked for marriage advice by his colleague Tamura. After meeting him and his partner, Mikami is stabbed to death by a passing robber.
Upon making some requests during his death, he is reincarnated in another world as a slime with the ability known as a predator. The skill lets him have the power of any creature he devours. Thus he embarks on his isekai journey as the strongest slime in the history of slimes.
Source: Ten-Sura Official Website