The popular anime series Made in Abyss is a Japanese Manga series. It is written by Akihito Tsukushi and published by Takeshobo. It is an adventurous, dark fantasy and science – fiction series. The series was first aired from July 7 to September 29 in the year 2017. The first season of the anime series became a big hit, and now the fans of Made in Abyss are desperately waiting for the second season to release.
Made in Abyss Story:
The story of Made in Abyss constitutes of a girl named Riko, who happens to be an orphan. One day she finds a robot who looked exactly like humans. His name was Reg, and they become friends. In the story, she falls down a massive hole into the which is called the Abyss along with the Robot Reg. The tunnel leads her deep into the Earth and helps Rico to find her mother.
Made in Abyss Season 2 Release :
The release date of Made in Abys’s second season is still not officially announced. According to the sources, the release date for the upcoming season was scheduled to be in the U.S. on April 11, 2020. However, due to the problems caused to the filming industry by the Covid-19 pandemic, like all other shows, this series has also been postponed. It has been almost three years since the first season of the series got aired, which was on July 7, 2017. We can expect the new season to arrive before December or in early 2021. Till then, let’s wait and stay in tune for further updates.
What May Happen In Season 2:
As per the ending of the first season, the season two of Made in Abyss is expected to follow precisely from where the season one left and is expected to put emphasis mainly on the journey of the two, Riko and the Robot RegReg about how they both faced the dangers and the troubles that came in their way while going down the hole in a mission to find Riko’s mother.
Made in Abyss Season 2 Cast
It is expected that a majority of the cast members from season one are returning in season 2 as well. These include Miyu Tomita, who voices the character of Riko, Mariya Ise, who voices Reg, Shiori Izawa to give voice to Nanachi, and Eri Kitamura to sound Mitty.