MIERUKO-CHAN SEASON 2 ⇒ RELEASE DATE, NEWS, CAST, SPOILERS & UPDATES

Mieruko-Chan Season 2: is a fantastic horror anime series with comedy elements, so it’s no wonder that fans are asking if Mieruko-Chan will have a season 2. The Mieruko-Chan manga series is written and illustrated by Tomoki Izumi.

Season 1 is the only thing you can watch since there was not yet a movie or OVA made for the Mieruko-Chan series. The first season of the Mieruko-Chan anime, with 12 episodes, premiered in Japan in October 2021. Since then, this series has amassed a sizable fan base that is still hoping Mieruko-Chan will get a Season 2.

Miko Yotsuya, a high school student, has the unfortunate ability to see frightening ghosts and spirits that harass her and everyone around her. Despite this, Miko makes a concerted effort to deny the presence of ghosts and maintain a regular high school life.

Here’s everything we know so far regarding whether or not season 2 will happen in 2023, as well as the likely release date.

MIERUKO-CHAN SEASON 2 RELEASE DATE

Mieruko-Chan has not been renewed for a second season. Season 1 was amazing to work on by Studio Passione. It’s improbable that they will be unable to create a second installment in 2023, given they do not appear to be overburdened.

Season 2 doesn’t have a release date as it is not confirmed yet. However, we should get some information about the second installment of Mieruko-Chan in 2022. The earliest release date for Season 2 is 2023.

MIERUKO-CHAN SEASON 2 CHARACTERS

Mieruko Chan Season 2 Characters
  1. Mitsue Takeda
  2. Yuria Nigerou
  3. Hana Yurikawa
  4. Miko Yotsuya
  5. Kyousuke Yotsuya
  6. Mitsuke Takeda

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IS THERE ANY TRAILER YET?

There is no trailer for Season 2 to watch, but we will update this page if one gets released on the official Mieruko-Chan anime Twitter account.

WHERE TO WATCH ONLINE?

Mieruko-Chan’s broadcasting rights for international audiences have been bought over by Funimation. While, native Japanese viewers can witness the show on original networks such as Tokyo MX, AT-X, KBS Kyoto, etc. So, legally you can stream it through their website.

Lareb Ahmad
Lareb Ahmad
A Gamer and an Editor. I write Anime News articles on Thebitsnews and also specialize in writing Technical guides around different Operating Systems.

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