Mushoku Tensei Season 2 Release Date, Cast & Plot

“Mushoku Tensei” Introduction

Over the past few years, Isekai has become a very popular genre for people who love watching web series. This genre is about starting a new life in the fictional world of your dreams. Although there are much popular anime such as “Konosuba”, “Sword Art Online” and “Re: Zero,” in the Isekai genre, only a few of them are as highly regarded, popular, and loved as the ”Jobless Reincarnation”, which is also known as “Mushoku Tensei”.

The  ”Jobless Reincarnation” although not the first Isekai anime series, is one of the most influential anime series in the genre of Isekai. After the release of this series, many such shows, for instance, say “Konosuba” and “That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime” with the same concept have been released. These shows are based on the concept that the protagonist of the story dies and is subsequently incarnated in the world of their dreams. The reincarnation of the protagonist is an initiating event where the story starts in this genre. It is also worth noting that ”Jobless Reincarnation” was one of the last popular Isekai shows in the form of an anime.

In the first season of the series “Jobless Reincarnation”, the protagonist of the story Rudeus Greyrat dies and is subsequently reincarnated in a world of his fantasy. He is reincarnated as the child of two courageous adventurers and explorers.  There are a lot of fans of this series who are now eagerly waiting for the release of season 2 of the series.

The “Jobless Reincarnation” Season 2 Release Date

There are a lot of Anime fans who might wonder why the first seasons of anime are released with 13 episodes which are then followed by another 13 episodes released after a few months. This happens because the Japanese show which we popularly know as animes are generally released on a different schedule which is known as “cour”. Following this pattern, the series Jobless Reincarnation season 1 has only two “cour”. According to the Tweet from the official page of “Mushoku Tensei,” the series had returned for its second cour in July 2021 in Japan.

However, for fans who are waiting for the English dubbed series, the story was not very optimistic. Only 9 out of the total 11 episodes of the series had been released yet. The fans who enjoy English dubbed parts had to wait for a long time before they could enjoy the second “cour” of the jobless incarnation. The second “cour” of the series has been released in English in October 2021. Thus, the series has a history of releasing its episodes after a long interval.

The announcement for the second season of Jobless Reincarnation was made on the 6th of March 2022, the day when it was confirmed to be in production. There has also been a tweet from the official account of Mushoku Tensei for the announcement of the second season. The tweet read, “What kind of adventure will develop! Details such as the broadcast time and follow-up information will be announced at a later date.” The second season’s official trailer has also been released. You can watch it now on YouTube.

Further, there have also been a lot of talks regarding the third season of the series, “Jobless Reincarnation”. Some anime news leakers are claiming that the production for the third season of the series has already started. However, it is not early to make any comments on the release of the third season.

“Mushoku Tensei”- Cast For Season 2

The series “Jobless Reincarnation” is packed with strong voice actors. All the voice actors have done a fabulous job and have accompanied the studio Bind to bring the characters of “Jobless Reincarnation” to life in the first season. Fans will most probably get to hear from the same voice actors for the rest of the series. The character of Rudeus is voiced by the famous Japanese voice artist Yumi Uchiyama.

The character of Lilia has been voiced by the artist Dani Chambers, that of Rudeus Greyrat by Madeleine Morris,  Paul Greyrat by Jared Smith, Rudeus by Ben Phillips, Zenith Greyratby Bryn Apprill, and that of Roxy Migurdia is portrayed by Michelle Rojas. All of the artists have performed a commendable job. Although the crew for season two contains these artists, a few new characters are also expected to appear at the end of the series “Jobless Reincarnation”. However, there has been no official announcement regarding any of the crew members yet.

“Mushoku Tensei”-The Plot

At the end of the final episode of the Jobless Reincarnation of the first “cour”, Rudeus had ended up being stranded with his older cousin on a demon continent. Up to this point in the story, the fact that he has a child’s body and an adult’s mind has been beneficial to him. However, he soon starts getting over-confident and plans to earn a lot of money and Fame by adventuring towards the south. At the same time, he struggles to cooperate with his new member, Ruijerd. Ruijerd has a moral compass that often conflicts with that of Rudeus’s plan. Despite his blank manners the two of them manage to get together and work to accomplish all of the goals.

At this time, Rudeus’ a magic teacher who is a demon herself, comes to know that his student gets stuck in the continent of Demons. She then partners up with some of her ex-venture partners to rescue him. It is still unknown who has been responsible for the magical Anomaly that resulted in them being sent to The Devil’s continent. The second season of this series is likely to answer the questions dangling in the minds of the viewers. The first question is what was the anomaly and the second is, Will Roxy, be able to meet with Rudeus? Fans are waiting to see a lot in the series because only three of the twenty-five original novel volumes had been adapted into the series till the release of the first “cour”.

The series gradually develops darker and more mature teams in the world of Magic and fiction. The presence of social and moral flaws in the magical and supernatural world of the series is what intrigues many viewers and keeps them hooked to watching the series.


The greater part, while perhaps not all, “Isekai” anime depends on web books that were initially distributed on the Shosetsuka ni Narou site, which is the reason the genre of “Isekai” is really alluded to as the “Narou” class. Quite possibly the most striking differentiation is to recognize it from more seasoned Isekai anime, for example, Escaflowne or The Twelve Kingdoms, which don’t follow similar examples and are not duplicates of each other.

Notwithstanding the way that the web novel variant of Mushoku Tensei has proactively closed, the light clever rendition is as yet underway. In the English language, the light novel is named Mushoku Tensei – Jobless Reincarnation, and it was distributed by Seven Seas. There have been north of 24 volumes distributed in Japan up to this point, and that implies there is a lot of material for some, more anime seasons or films to come. If you would rather not stand by and wait for the excessively lengthy anime, it is suggested that you should start reading the light clever variant or the manga transformation all things considered.

If you are someone who has not watched the first season of “ Jobless Reincarnation” yet, it is suggested that you should watch it on Hulu, FUNimation Now, and Netflix Japan. The anime series is currently not available on Netflix USA, which is a saddening thing for many viewers. The series has a quite interesting concept and it will most likely appeal to new watchers.

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