Spirit Chronicles Season 2 Release Date, Cast, Plot, Trailer & More

This anime is based on the novel Seirei Gensouki – Spirit Chronicles by Yuri Kitayama and is an adaptation of that novel in animation form.

A new series of novels entitled  ‘Shōsetsuka ni Narō’  was released on the website of the initiative in February 2014. A manga adaptation of the manga was released in July of 2017 by Futago Minaduki with a total of seven volumes.


In July 2021, a television adaptation of the manga series Hakuoki with animation produced by TMS Entertainment will be released in Japan under the direction of Osamu Yamasaki.

Spirit Chronicles Season 2 Release Date

An official Twitter account for the anime, which can be accessed by visiting its official website, confirmed that a second season was in the works as of November 5, 2021.

This announcement was made along with a video review of Season 1, which was included with the tweet. One thing that you should keep in mind is that after it was confirmed that the series would premiere in July 2021 (via Anime News Network), the first season of “Spirit Chronicles” will go on air the following year, i.e., July 2021.


As the announcement of the second season was made in November, it is possible that after the announcement of the second season, the release date for the second season will recur in the summer of 2022.

The first season of the animated series produced by TMS Entertainment with the help of Wao World was directed by Osamu Yamasaki. There were several writers on the project, such as Mitsutaka Hirota, Megumu Sasano, Yoshiko Nakamura, and Osamu Yamasaka, as well as Kyoko Yufu, who designed the characters.

Spirit Chronicles Cast

There is a good chance that the main cast of the anime will return for Season 2. Seirei Gensouki-Spirit Chronicles Season 2 may feature the following voice actors as part of the cast:

  • Yoshitsugu Matsuoka as Haruto Amakawa
  • Akane Fujita as Celia Claire
  • Yuki Kuwahara as Aishia
  • Tomori Kusonoki as Endo Suzune
  • Sayaka Harada as Miharu Ayase
  • Sayaka Kaneko as Roanna Fontaine
  • Marika Kuono as Aki Sendou

Spirit Chronicles Season 2 Plot

There is a lot of focus on Rio’s life in the first season of “Spirit Chronicles” as he deals with the knowledge that Haruto is connected to him and how it affects his everyday life.

A dramatic scene occurs in the Season 1 finale when Rio steps in to stop his partner Celia’s arranged marriage. He learns in the course of the story that many people from the world he used to live in have been reborn into Haruto’s dimension.

This information gives us a good indication of what is going to happen in Season 2, so we can expect a storyline that explains how Rio and Haruto have become friends.

The second season may also explore Rio’s rise to superhuman status since he was given the information that he was the son of Haruto in season one.

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Spirit Chronicles Trailer

The official trailer for the second season of Seirei Gensouki Spirit Chronicles has yet to be released. In conjunction with the announcement of the trailer, the website posted a teaser trailer on its home page.

In order to provide you with as much information as possible about the second season of Spirit Chronicles, we have provided the link for the teaser below. You can view the trailer and learn more about what to expect.

Where We Can Watch Spirit Chronicles Season 2?

It is available on Netflix for viewers to watch the entire first season of Seirei Gensouki Spirit Chronicles at their convenience. Furthermore, it is quite obvious that the second season of the show will also be available on Netflix in the near future.

Final Word

There were mixed reviews for the Spirit Chronicles as far as a purely isekai anime is concerned. Despite the fact that the premise is any ordinary isekai, the main protagonist and Latifa still retain memories of their former lives as a part of their new host bodies.

As the dominant personality, Rio was also interesting to see as she was battling her inner demons as part of the battle. There are quite a few formulaic elements in the initial plot arc, which makes it quite difficult to engage isekai fans.