The manga series Erased originates from Japan. Anime, drama, fantasy, mystery, science fiction, and thriller all make appearances in the Erased television series. As the Japanese title Boku dake ga Inai Machi indicates, the show Erased is known as such throughout the country.
The Erased series’ second season has yet to be confirmed. However, it appears that the news will be made public soon. Let’s find out everything there is to know about Erased Season the anime.
Season One Recap and Review
Erased, also known as Bokudake ga Inai Machi in its native Japan, is an anime adaptation of the manga of the same name that tells the story of a young man who possesses the capacity to travel through time and alter the past. The emotionally charged narrative that skips back and forth between the two time periods helps to maintain the primary attention on the mystery rather than on the time travel that is shown in the story rather than the fact that it is a time travel story.
Erased is a grim and methodically paced work that, as it gradually reveals the true facts of what occurred in Satoru’s past, grows better and better with time.
The protagonist of the story is a manga artist by the name of Satoru, played by Yûki Furukawa. He has the extraordinary ability to rewind time, which enables him to prevent accidents from happening in front of him. Satoru, having seen the murder of his mother as a child and being tormented by the ghosts of his friends who went missing, decides to utilise his talent to travel through time and try to stop the murder of his mother.
As a result of this, Satoru inadvertently travels back in time 18 years to his childhood during the days preceding up to the disappearance of his classmates. Erased’s mystery permeates every facet of the programme and the several timelines, making it impossible not to become engrossed in the story as Satoru inadvertently travels back and forth between the different versions of the present and the past.
This conveys a powerful message about the importance of friendship and the power that comes from being part of a group. This message is woven into each episode with just the right amount of subtlety to avoid it from overshadowing the impact it has on the narrative.
The middle half of the show does occasionally feel like it is dragging, but the show’s riveting mystery is compelling enough to look past this. The relatively short run periods of 30 minutes per episode also help to look past this issue. The programme ends on a high note as well, with a finale that is not only wonderfully written but also rewarding, which serves to showcase the power of the writing throughout.
When Is the Second Season of Erased Coming Out?
The first season of Erased, which aired from January 8 to March 25, 2016, featured twelve 25-minute episodes based on the manga series of the same name by Kei Sanbe. In spite of the fact that the anime didn’t adapt every single page of manga, we’ve already seen the main storyline of the manga in animated form.
Due to the fact that Kei Sanbe’s manga had a relatively limited run, we don’t sure if the show will continue with new material (sequel material. Erased currently appears more like a limited series than anything else, thus a renewal appears doubtful at this point.
Cast of Erased Season 2
The Erased Season 2 cast is already known. Check it out below.
- Satoru Fujinuma is played by Ben Diskin.
- Sachiko Fujinuma is played by Minami Takayama in this film.
- Gaku Yashiro (David W. Collins)
- Kayo Hinazuki is played by Stephanie Sheh.
- In the role of Hiromi Sugita, Christine Marie Cabanos
- Yoko Asano in the role of Osamu
- Erased’s second season premiere date has been announced.
Erased From the Season 2 Script
Satoru Fujinuma is a mangaka apprentice who is twenty-nine years old. He suffers from a peculiar phenomenon known as Revival, which causes him to go back in time by a few minutes whenever he is in danger.
This provides him with the opportunity to avert a catastrophe and, in most cases, saves the life of another person. One day, however, after Satoru has returned home from work, he discovers his mother dead on the ground. When the police see him, they conclude that he is responsible for her death.
He unleashes his power in an effort to save the victim, and as a result, he finds himself unexpectedly transported back in time to 1988, when he was still a student in elementary school.
Satoru then comes to the conclusion that he should seize the opportunity to save the life of Kayo Hinazuki, an old classmate of his who has a solitary personality and who vanished without a trace during the time period in which his mother’s murderer himself abducted and murdered three children by accusing a friend of she.
Trailer for Erased Season 2
The official trailer for the upcoming second season of the drama series Erased has not yet been released. We anticipate that it will appear in the near future. Let’s get started by watching the promo for the series Erased.
Where Can I Watch Season 2 of Erased?
Because the second season of Erased has yet to be announced and we believe it is doubtful, no one can watch it at this moment. It’s still possible that Netflix, which has the anime on its streaming service roster, would air the second season of the show in Japan and globally.