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We were promised new information on the Upcoming Demon Slayer Season Premiere, now it has been finally confirmed that the series will be making its miraculous return on October 10th. That’s right, it will be returning with an Episodic Adaption of the Mugen Train Arc, which will consist of seven episodes with the first episode featuring the Flame Hashira Kyojuro Rengoku taking on a new mission leading to the Mugen Train. Coming with stunning new visuals and featuring the return of singer LiSA singing two new themes for the OP and ED. The OP titled “Akeboshi” and the ED titled “Shirogane” for the arc. It is set to premiere on Crunchyroll and Funimation.

Demon Slayer Mugen Train Arc Key Visual
Image Credit: ufotable
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Now for the news about Season Two, the Entertainment District Arc. It will also premiere on both Crunchyroll and Funimation and will be released on December 5th at 7:45 am PT. It will kick off with a special one-hour episode starting after where the Mugen Train left off. There, Tanjiro and the others would be facing off against Daki, the secondary holder of the Upper Rank Six of the Twelve Kizuki. Daki is voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro. J-Pop Musician Aimer will perform the OP theme “Zankyosanka” and the ED theme “Asa ga kuru”.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Entertainment District Arc Visual
Image Credit: Funimation

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