Beastars is a Japanese anime series which is written by Nanami Higuchi and directed by Shin Ichi Matsumi. The first season has a total of 13 episodes. Season 1 got premiered on October 10, 2019. The first episode of Season 2 got premiered on January 5, 2021. Now we will have a look into the details about Beastars Season 2, Episode 2.
Beastars Season 2 Episode 2 Release date
The second episode of Beastars Season 2 is set to premiere on the 14th of January 2021. The producers of the series are Shunsuke Hosoi, Hyuntae Kim, Kiyotaka Waki, and Yoshinori Takeda.
Where you can watch it?
Season 1 of Beastars is available on Netflix. The English dubbed version of the anime series is available worldwide. The episodes of Beastars season 2 is available on Thursdays every week on Netflix Japan. Also, season 2 is available on Fuji TV’s +Ultra anime programming block. The other viewers outside Japan still will have to wait until July 2021.
beastars season 2 episode 2 synopsis:
A giant rattlesnake with a pattern of 6 eyes has appeared before Legosi! The snake coils around Legosi and takes his freedom, confessing that they've been eyeing his strong body all along.- pic.twitter.com/wXuI5SzeZY
— steph | 🐰❤️🐺❤️🦌 (@stanharu_) January 7, 2021
At the starting of the anime, Legoshi a seventeen-year-old is very quiet. He has got a tall and imposing stature. He is a part of the drama club. But he has to try hard to hide the carnivorous part of himself. so as not to threaten the herbivore schoolmates. Later Legoshi starts searching for the murder of Tem the alpaca. Meanwhile, he meets Haru, who is a third-year student, who is slightly notorious.
She has got affairs with multiple males. Due to his carnivorous instincts, she nearly ends up eating her. Later he falls for her. But he gets confused, why he is attracted, is it either because she is a herbivore or because she is a female? Beastars Season 2 will be a sequel to this whole story.
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