Oshi no Ko Season 2 Release Date: Know Everything About New Season of the Anime Series!

Fans have been eagerly hoping for a second season of Oshi no Ko since it was one of the best new anime shows of 2023.

The anime adaptation started with a stunning full-length episode that had one of the best story twists in 2023. This led to one of the best streaming debuts for an anime.

Fans of Oshi no Ko have been eagerly waiting for Season 2, and luckily, it was announced that a new season would begin right after Season 1 ended.

Fans can get an idea of what season two will be like by looking back at season one and using the book as a guide. They can also figure out which cast members are likely to be back for season two.

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Oshi no Ko Season 2 Release Date

Digital Spy says that the second season of Oshi no Ko will come out in 2024, but the exact month or date has not been announced yet. On November 20, 2023, the cast of the show got together for a special event that included a teaser trailer and a new image for the 2024 launch.

A teaser video for Oshi no Ko season two was shown after the end of season one. It had been quiet for a while, but in November 2023, a teaser video revealed that Oshi no Ko season 2 will start in Japan in 2024. When we have more specific information, we will make sure to change this page.

Is there a trailer for Season 2 of “Oshi no Ko”?

While there isn’t a full video for Oshi no Ko Season 2, there was a short teaser in November 2023 that showed Aqua Hoshino, Kana Arima, and Akane Kurokawa. In July 2023, a 30-second teaser for the news was shown.



The Story Arc for Season 2 of Oshi no Ko

According to CBR, The first season of Oshi no Ko based on the manga’s first forty chapters, ending with the end of the First Concert Arc. The second season of Oshi no Ko is likely to follow a similar pattern. It will also likely remain an anime version that stays true to the manga source material.

Part 41 of the book is where the 2.5D Stage Play Arc starts, which is where Season 2 of Oshi no Ko should begin. In this new story arc, the group is practicing for a stage play based on the Tokyo Blade manga.

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The 2.5D Stage Play Arc is the biggest one so far in the manga series. It takes place over three volumes and includes characters from earlier arcs as well as many new ones.

The show goes into the Private Arc after the first night of the play. This will take the drama and mystery of Oshi no Ko to a whole new level. Aqua learns more about his father’s secret while B-Komachi goes on a trip to film a new music video. The arc ends with some devastating news.

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Cast and Crew of Oshi no Ko Season 2

The cast and crew of Oshi no Ko Season 2 include a talented lineup of individuals who bring the characters to life. Here are some key members:


Japanese Voice Cast:

    • Takeo Otsuka as Aqua Hoshino
    • Yurie Igoma as Ruby Hoshino
    • Megumi Han as Kana Arima
    • Lynn as Miyako Saitô
    • Rumi Okubo as Memcho
    • Manaka Iwami as Akane Kurokawa

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English Dub Voice Actors:

    • Jack Stansbury as Aqua Hoshino
    • Alyssa Marek as Ruby Hoshino
    • Natalie Rial as Kana Arima
    • Juliet Simmons as Memcho
    • Christina Kelly as Miyako Saitô
    • Kristen McGuire as Akane Kurokawa


  • Studio: Doga Kobo
  • Producer: None specified
  • Licensors: Sentai Filmworks

The second season of Oshi no Ko is highly anticipated, building on the success of the first season and promising an engaging continuation of the story. While an official release date for Season 2 has not been announced, fans can expect it to premiere sometime in 2024, possibly in the Fall, and will be available on HIDIVE and Prime Video through the HIDIVE add-on.

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Where to Watch Season 2 of Oshi no Ko?

Sentai Filmworks owns the rights to Oshi no Ko, and people in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, and Ireland can watch the first season on Hidive. People in Asia and the Pacific can watch Oshi no Ko on Netflix, Bilibili, iQIYI, and the Ani-One Asia YouTube channel.

There have been no reports of any changes to the show’s license, so when Oshi no Ko Season 2 comes out, it should be on the same channels all over the world. The show can also be watched on Amazon with the Hidive add-on, and it can also be bought directly on Amazon.

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