Jujutsu Kaisen Season 1 is about to end in March, and fans now talk about Itadori's possible return in Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2. Though there is no news about the renewal yet, viewers are confident that a new season will come to fruition with its success.
Gege Akutami's brainchild already has a cult following despite being relatively new. Hence, it is quite impossible that MAPPA--if it will remain to be its studio--will not produce Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2.
The studio has pretty much outdone itself, and doing another season will surely earn it a good profit. There are already a lot of cosplayers choosing to dress as Gojo Sensei, proving how vast the franchise's influence has been.
Recent Highlights noted the new season might begin with the Gojo Flashback arc if ever there would be one. It might take fans to the time when Gojo was only a second-year student.
At the time, he was the best friend of Suguru Geto, so fans would get to know the rise and descent of this villain. Currently, the Shibuya Incident arc is being played out.
Though this arc doesn't mostly feature Geto, it tells one of the greatest storylines ever told. It features a series of action-packed scenes between the heroes and the villains, and it continuously gets very intense every episode drops that may resume in Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2.
Meanwhile, Anime World News revealed Jujutsu Kaisen was named the Anime of the Year by Crunchyroll's fifth annual Anime Awards. Ryomen Sukuna also won the Best Antagonist Award, while the Ali feat Aklo's song, "Lost in Paradise," received the Best Ending Sequence (ED).
This winning isn't surprising at all. The anime's Blu-Ray/DVD box set's first volume sold a whopping 22,701 copies in just one week, per Monsters and Critics.
It is also always at the top of different Crunchyroll's anime lists. It is part of its 2020 most popular anime list, revealing it is a fan-favorite anime series in 71 countries and territories. Aren't these enough reasons to do Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2?
In a statement, the network said the anime's fame in different parts of the world is impressive, knowing it only started airing in October. It even has more fans compared to other series that begin long before Jujutsu Kaisen came.
By the looks of it, it is now more famous than Boruto and My Hero Academia, which both have been on the air for years. So, it may only take time before fans hear a formal announcement about the coming of Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2.
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