The To Your Eternity Season 2 release date is on October 23, 2022, the Fall anime season.
On October 6, the series got trailer PV 3, which previews new supporting characters and confirms that the OP theme song will remain the same for S2: “PINK BLOOD” by Utada Hikaru.
See for yourself:
The ED theme song hasn’t been revealed yet. The Season 1 ending theme song was “Mediator” by Masashi Hamauzu.
Fumetsu no Anata e will debut on Japan’s NHK Educational TV on October 23 at 7 PM (JST). Crunchyroll and Ani-One have licensed the series for international audiences.
To Your Eternity Season 2: What we know so far
The Fumetsu no Anata e premiere date was announced on September 6 alongside three additional cast members (see below for a full cast list). On the occasion, a brand-new key visual also made its grand debut.
Crunchyroll unveiled To Your Eternity Season 2 trailer PV 2 during the Anime Expo 2022 and announced that the series will feature 20 episodes.
Back in July, it was disclosed that Studio Drive will replace Brain’s Base for To Your Eternity S2 and that Kiyoko Sayama will take over from Masahiko Murata as the series director. The rest of the main staff members are returning for Season 2, as follows:
- Kouji Yabuno — character designer
- Shinzou Fujita — series composer
- Ryou Kawasaki — music composer
The seiyyu that have been confirmed/revealed for S2 include:
- Reiji Kawashima — Fushi
- Kenjirou Tsuda — The Beholder
- Tomori Kusunoki (Makima in Chainsaw Man) — Hisame
- Mitsuki Saiga — Kahaku
- Takehito Koyasu (Dio Brando in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure) — Bonchien
About the To Your Eternity manga series
The To Your Eternity (不滅のあなたへ, Fumetsu no Anata e) TV anime is based on the eponymous manga series by Yoshitoki Ooima.
The manga has been serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine since November 2016 under the Kodansha Comics label. The individual chapters have been compiled into eighteen tankōbon volumes as of September 16, 2022.
Kodansha USA has licensed the To Your Eternity manga for an English release. The English translation is up to Volume 17.
The plot follows Fushi, who is described by Kodansha as a “lonely boy,” albeit in truth he is a mysterious entity. Fushi wanders the Arctic regions of North America, meeting various characters and learning many things.
Fushi actually has no emotions to begin with; he learns of them through his experiences. Upon meeting a wolf, the two form a small fellowship, but both of them have a history of their own.
Both the manga and the anime are labeled shounen, but I beg to differ. The title is one of the rare gems of the contemporary mainstream manga/anime industry that appeals to any viewer graced with intelligence and empathy.