To Your Eternity is set to return for a second season later this year, and the first teaser trailer for the upcoming episodes has been revealed! Yoshitoki Oima’s original manga series was one of the year’s most successful anime adaptation debuts, introducing fans to a new type of fantasy series.
When the first season ended, it was revealed that preparations were already in place to bring the anime back for a complete second season this year, but there have been few glimpses of how the new episodes are shaping up. There’s a fairly good reason for that, as it turns out.
To Your Eternity earned overwhelmingly great reviews from fans and critics all around the world. The television series currently has an IMDB rating of 8.7/10, a Crunchyroll rating of 4.7/5, and a MyAnimeList rating of 8.42/10, with the latter containing almost 196,000 individual reviews.
Profitability And Sales
A total of over 15,000 copies have been sold. Around 15-20 percent of an anime series’ earnings comes from DVD/Blu-Ray discs. This may appear to be unprofitable, but it has resulted in the failure of numerous animes.
Anime series may advertise a wide range of items, making it a lucrative business. The following are some of the items that were sold as merchandise:
Some of the figures, such as this Naruto Men T-Shirt and the One Piece Zoro Shirt for Men and Women, are stunning. Also, this Gaming Mouse Pad with Maid Sama Posters appears to be the greatest.
My Hero Academia Backpacks, Hoodies, Kaicho wa Maid Sama Misaki Ayuzawa Cosplay Costume, and even fun accessories like this Keychain are all available.
To Your Eternity Season — Release Date
To Your Eternity is set to return this fall for Season 2 of the series, but there will be some significant changes to the production. With the release of the first trailer, it was announced that the new episodes will be produced by a separate studio.
Instead of Brain’s Base, as was the case with the first season, Drive, the company behind Vlad Love and the now in development Uzumaki, will handle the second season. Below is the first trailer for Season 2 of To Your Eternity:
Kiyoko Sayama (who has worked on series such as Vampire Knight) will be taking over the directorial duties this time around, since a new studio brings with it a new director.
The rest of the general personnel from the first season will return, with Shinzo Fujita’s asset to monitor the screenplays, Koji Yabuno as character designer, Ryo Kawasaki as music composer, and Takeshi Takadera as sound director all returning.
If you want to check out To Your Eternity’s first season before the new one comes out, Crunchyroll now has the complete season available in both Japanese and English dubbed audio.
Of course, this is great news for Fushi fans who want to see more of him. However, we’ll have to wait a little longer for further details on the new season. Don’t worry, we’ll keep you updated as soon as new information about Season 2 becomes available.
Warning: This section contains a brief summary of anticipated manga narrative arcs that are scheduled to be adapted in season 2.
In the event that a second season covers a similar amount of source material as the first, we can expect the following arcs to be adapted in season 2:
Chapters 56–62 of The Guardians Arc
Chapters 63–70 of the Uralis Kingdom Arc
Chapters 71–82 of the Bennett Church Arc
Chapters 83–116 of the Renril Arc
Adapting the story up to chapter 116 would not only be enough for a complete anime season, but it would also pave the way for a possible third season that would cover the series’ ‘Second Act,’ commonly known as the Present Era arc.
The Guardians Arc would most likely open the second season, in which Fushi has been alone on a lonely island for four decades since Pioran died of old age. He does, however, meet Hayase’s granddaughter as well as a group of ‘Guardians’ who see Fushi as a god.
To Your Eternity Season 2 will continue Fushi’s tale as he explores and learns more about the world, picking up where Season 1 left off.
At the end of Season 1, Fushi decides to withdraw into isolation for several years in reaction to Pioran’s death, and thus when he finally returns to civilization, he will find that a lot has changed.
The program is expected to go into The Guardians Arc of the manga, which covers chapters 55 to 62 of the source material, as previously stated.
The plot will take a time hop to introduce the audience to an older Fushi. But how has he changed over time? Fushi will also be exposed to a totally different, more modern world outside of his isolation, which will put his adaptability to the test.
The upcoming second season of “To Your Eternity,” like the first, will feature rich and unique characters as well as emotional storylines. You can read the manga now if you can’t wait until the fall of next year to find out what happens next.