About Yuri On Ice Season 2
Yuri On Ice is a Japanese sports anime set which released first in 2016. The Director Sayo Yamamoto and writer Mitsurō Kubo managed to make a 12 episodes’ season that received love and admiration from anime enthusiasts as well as professional skaters. The viewers have been waiting for a follow-up season for the last four years.
Could we possibly see the last of Yuri On Ice? Perhaps not! Here are all updates we got on Yuri On Ice!
Yuri On Ice Season 2 Release Date
For the longest while, the producers have been tight-lipped about the renewal status for Season 2 which drove fans to think that it will never make a comeback. Fortunately, the series was very successful that a feature movie for it dropped after named Ice Adolescence.
After the success of the latter also, it became extremely hard to imagine the anime series ending with one season. As a result, creators in 2020 gave a green light for the upcoming season which is expected to air at the end of 2021. The main reason for the pushed back schedule is the current global pandemic that is hindering most shows productions.
Since there is no official trailer for Yuri On Ice season 2, here is the teaser trailer for the “Ice adolescence” feature film! It looks very promising.
Yuri On Ice Season 2 Plot
Concerning the storyline, the production has not published any updates yet. However, we ought to anticipate that the second season might focus on the complicated relationship between Yuri and Viktor. Also, we might be seeing the two face one another in contests because Viktor is resuming his career as a figure skater.
All in all, fans are dying to know what is in store for Yuri Katsuki and the rest as season 2 would surely be packaged with excitement, love, and emotions.
Yuri On Ice Season 2 Cast
As of today, the production set did not announce nor confirm anything about the new season cast. Nevertheless, we are most certainly going to see these lead roles reprising as their characters in season 2:
- Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Yuri Katsuki (Aka Yuri K)
- Jun’ichi Suwabe as Viktor Nikiforov
- Koki Uchiyama as Yuri Plisetsky (Aka Yuri P); along with the rest of the cast.