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Zombieland Saga Season 2 Confirmed for April 2021: Everything We Know So Far

The highly anticipated follow up of Zombieland Saga is to be aired soon. It is one of the most successful anime series by far, so read the article to know more details.

Zombieland Saga Season 2 Release Date

The second season of Zombieland Saga is all set to premiere this April as part of the Spring 2021 anime season. The production house has recently released a new mysterious trailer of what can be coming next for Franchouchou. The Zombieland franchise also dropped the first poster for the season on Twitter, and you can check it out below-

Zombieland Saga Season 2 Confirmed for April 2021: Everything We Know So Far

According to sources, Munehisa Sakai will be directing the new season for Studio MAPPA with the lead cast of Franchouchou returning as well. The first season was aired back on October 4, 2018, and ran till December 20 of the same year. It consisted of 12 episodes.

Where to Watch Zombieland Saga Season 2

Keeping in mind the international audience, the manga series is dubbed in English. Those who prefer the English dubbed version can easily watch the anime on Funimation and Crunchyroll.

Zombieland Saga Season 2 Confirmed for April 2021: Everything We Know So Far

Zombieland Saga Plot:

The plot of Zombieland Saga provides a unique mixture of elements of the idol culture in Japan and zombie stories. The show focuses on the life of Sakura Minamoto, a high school girl who dreams of becoming a zombie. However, she meets with a road accident which causes her sad demise. Tens of years hence, Sakura Minamoto miraculously wakes up to find herself as a zombie whose memory is completely obliterated. Sakura meets a man named Koutarou Tatsumi, who helps her to figure out the origin of her resurrection as a zombie.

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Some of the leading characters of the series are- Sakura Minamoto, Saki Nikaido, Ai Mizuno, Junko Konno, Yugiri, Lily Hoshikawa, and Tae Yamada.

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