'BEASTARS SEASON 2' IS CONFIRMED HERE'S RELEASE DATE, PLOT, TRAILER, AND EVERYTHING YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE SHOW!

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Beastars is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Paru Itagaki. The story takes place in a world of modern, civilized, anthropomorphic animals with a cultural divide between the carnivores and herbivores. The series takes its name from the in-universe rank of Beastar, an individual of great talent, service, and notoriety.

IS THERE AN OFFICIAL RELEASE DATE FOR BEASTARS SEASON 2 ON NETFLIX?

Netflix has not given any official announcement about the second season of Beastars. Reports differ, one says the second season will premiere sometime in August, another says late 2020. We’ll know more about when to expect the series stateside once we learn about the timetable in Japan. Presumably, Beastars will air in Japan several months ahead of its U.S release, so expect more Beastars in English sometime in 2021.

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE SECOND SEASON?

After saving the life of Haru from the Shishigumi, Legoshi grew closer with the Dwarf Rabbit but still struggled with their differences as prey and predator. Legoshi finally admitted his feelings to Haru, but before they can become an item, the young gray wolf wants to become stronger. Expect to see Legoshi’s training step up a gear with the panda Gohin.

To become strong, Legoshi would genetically have to eat meat, but as that isn’t an option he’ll be left with no choice but to learn more from Gohin.

WHO IS THE TEM’S KILLER?

One of the biggest questions that remain unanswered is the identity of Tem’s killer?

The only clues we’ve had so far is the killer takes medication, is huge as it towers over Legoshi, and must be a member of the drama club. There are a handful of carnivores in the drama club, but which one would have been the likeliest to kill Tem the alpaca? The tiger Bill has already shown to have eaten herbivore meat, did he take it one step further and eats his fellow classmate

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