• "Tokyo Revengers" Season 1 ended on Sept. 9
  • Fans are looking forward to hearing more details about anime's second season
  • "Tokyo Revengers" Season 2 might air its first episode sometime in 2022

"Tokyo Revengers" Season 2 is already in production and Liden Films, the Japanese animation studio, that handles the TV anime adaptation of the hit manga is expected to announce the premiere date of the anime's second installment before the year ends.

A recent article from Yahoo News Japan revealed that "Tokyo Revengers" Season 2 is already in production. Liden Films has not yet said anything about the second season of the anime series but if the reports are accurate, fans might hear something about the TV anime adaptation's second run by the end of the year.

New details about "Tokyo Revengers" Season 2 apparently came from Tatsuhisa Suzuki’s management office. Suzuki is the voice actor behind Ken Ryuguji or Draken in the anime's first season.

Mikey Talarico? Tokyo Revengers
Assista Tokyo Revengers na Crunchyroll! Episódio 23: Depois dos eventos na batalha com a Valhalla, Takemichi e Draken saem juntos. Takemichi acaba conhecendo a casa de Draken e um pouco mais sobre a sua vida. Mas quando ele sai de casa, vê uma cena inesperada entre Mikey e Emma! YouTube Screenshot/Crunchyroll Brazil Official YouTube Channel

He lost some of his voice acting gigs after his extramarital affair was exposed in June. Later, he got sick and was admitted to a hospital. Since Suzuki voiced Draken in the first season of "Tokyo Revengers, some fans wonder if the voice actor would return for the anime's second season.

"Many fans are concerned about the possible abandonment of the role of Ken Ryuguji (Draken) in the popular Tokyo Revengers series. The second season of the series is currently in production and will be announced later this year. However, we do not know for sure if Suzuki will participate," the voice actor's management office told Yahoo News Japan.

As for the announcement of the second season's release date, many fans believe that it would most likely happen on Saturday. This upcoming weekend, the franchise is scheduled to hold an event titled "Tokyo Revengers: Special Event: Tokyo Manjikai Tachikawa Tsuu Ringu."

In the absence of an official announcement from the team behind "Tokyo Revengers," fans are advised to temper their expectations and treat the latest set of details about the anime's second season as highly speculative at this stage.

The first season of "Tokyo Revengers" premiered on April 11, this year, and there is a great chance that the second season could debut its pilot episode sometime in April next year. The season ended on Sept. 9, with 24 episodes.