Writer Quchuan’s Chinese online novel, The Daily Life of an Immortal King, became popular after its daily serialization in 2017. On June 30, 2021, the novel consists of up to 1,880 chapters. Now, out of 1,176 chapters available in the English version.
After that, he got an anime adaptation and there were two seasons. However, after Netflix released the first season that was primarily available exclusively in China, fans are eagerly waiting for The Daily Life of the Immortal King Season Two to premiere on Netflix. Will it finally come to Netflix?
It is categorized as Chinese Donghua Series which is the patent and authentic style of Chinese animation. In fact, the term donghua is the slang term that defines Chinese animation. The first season was launched on January 18, 2020. Bilibili is the producer and broadcaster of the series internationally, Funimation is in charge.
The first season ended with 15 episodes on March 28, 2020. The second season was released on October 30, 2021 and after 12 episodes, it ended on January 8, 2022.
The second season of “The Daily Life of the Immortal King” begins on October 30 in China pic.twitter.com/w7FlCbqcqX
– Anime Trending (AniTrendz) October 5, 2021
Moreover, there will be a third season that will be shown on screens soon but the date has not been revealed. Now that The Daily Life of the Immortal King has a huge number of international fans after Netflix acquired the exclusive rights to international distribution, fans are worried for the second season.
However, there is no news regarding the streaming service that will launch the second season. On the other hand, Funimation has confirmed the return of both seasons. So, for now, you can check it out.
As it was only a few months after the end of the second season. To be fair, it sure takes a while for any international show to hit Netflix. Thus, you can hope for a late 2022 release or a premiere in early 2023.
The show highlights the protagonist, the almost indomitable Wang Ling with unimaginable powers beyond any control. But when he turns sixteen, he will fight the biggest battle of his life. He is studying in his high school and is constantly faced with one life-threatening challenge after another. He doesn’t live a low-key school life like any normal kid.
The presentation summary reads as follows:
NEWS: Season 2 of The Daily Life of the Immortal King will be broadcast on Funimation starting October 29
More: https://t.co/E1iSBFdFcw pic.twitter.com/OFUx77Aqng
– Anime Trending (AniTrendz) October 29 2021
As a cultivation genius who had achieved a new realm every two years since he was a year old, Wang Ling is a semi-indomitable existence with powers beyond his control. But now that he’s sixteen, he’s facing his biggest battle yet – Senior High School. As one challenge after another emerges, his plans for a low-key high school life seem further and further away.
To cater to a Western audience, Netflix dubbed it in English. But still, it was the Chinese voice actors who were the main reason for bringing this series to life. So, the original voice actors who brought these characters to life are:
- Qian Chen’s voices for Sun Rong
- Gu Jiangshan voices Chen Chao
- Nie Xiang’s voices by Jian Liuying
- Zhao Shuang’s voices for Isabel
- The voices of Lulu Sun Luang Lin
Unfortunately, there was an international trailer but the Chinese trailer is available. The trailer comes with subtitles. So, you can read everything and keep track of what happens next.
The show made a surprise entry in Western countries since Netflix suddenly got a Chinese animation that had never happened before. So, if there is a season 2, nothing can get better.
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