‘Yuri!!! On Ice' Season 2 Updates: Plot Already Revealed By Mitsuro Kubo? Yuri Plisetsky's Unseen Performance Released
For those who are having doubts already about the second season of “Yuri!!! On Ice”, this might shed some light to some fans. Apparently, last month, it was stated that Mitsuro Kubo already informed the public about the possible plot on Season 2. Also, a few days ago, the producers released an unseen performance by Yuri Plisetsky.
‘Yuri!!! On Ice’ Season 2 Plot: Rivalry Being Created
Mitsuro Kubo is the highly decorated creator of the massive series “Yuri!!! On Ice”. As reported by a respected magazine, Kubo plans to continue on the Grand Prix angle of Yuri Katsuki. For those who don't remember what happened on the last episode, Yuri Katsuki didn’t win the gold medal. The Russian Fairy outlasted Yuri Katsuki and it was a great set up to their rivalry.
Katuski laid out his plans already and wanted to retire prior to the Grand Prix starting. However, due to stunning turn of events, Yuri Katsuki changed his mind and approach his coach Viktor Nikiforov. Apparently, Yuri Katsuki was motivated by Yuri Plisetsky’s winning performance. While Yuri P was performing, it was visible that Yuri K has its eyes glued on every move that Yuri P was doing on the center stage.
There’s an ongoing rumor that a new character will be introduced in season 2 and will be a rival for both Yuri P and Yuri K.The “Eros” performance by Yuri Katsuki is still one of the most watched clips for an anime series. There are still no reports on whether or not they will continue with the angle of the same sex relationship between Yuri Katsuki and his coach Viktor Nikiforov. Most of the fans are captivated by their bond while some viewers are not comfortable with their storyline.
No Release Date Yet
As of the moment, there are still no release dates for season 2 of “Yuri!!! On Ice”. Some fans are speculating that it might be released in October the same month when Season 1 was released. However, the only thing that fans need to do right now is to wait for further announcements from the creator herself. Also, the producers decided to add the unseen performance of Yuri P on their Blu-Ray Disc package.
‘Yuri!!! On Ice' Season 2 Release Date Confirmed? Massive Series Gets Its Own Movie
A lot of information were provided after the Tokyo Festival that happened last April 29. According to numerous insiders, "Yuri!!! On Ice" Season 2 will be released in October this year. Also, their very first movie is already confirmed by the producers of the show.
‘Yuri!!! On Ice’ Reveals New Visual For Big Event On April 29
The latest news about “Yuri!!! On Ice” indicates that much is being done while fans are waiting for the release of the show’s second season. There are also some spoilers revealing what the upcoming season has in store.
‘Yuri!!! On Ice' Is Based On Real Life? Joel Minas Takes The Center Stage Again
The origin of "Yuri!!! On Ice" is still being debated by its avid fans. Most of the characters are actually derived from real life skaters but some of the fans still doubt it.
‘Yuri!!! On Ice' Remains Top-Selling Anime Series In Japan; Season 2 Almost Done?
"Yuri!! On Ice" has done it again, proving once again that it's an anime series loved by thousands.
‘Yuri!!! On Ice' Season 2 Updates: Plot Already Revealed? Real Life Figure Skaters Joel Minas And Johnny Weir Wants More Of YOI
The Tokyo Anime Festival is just weeks away which means that more information from "Yuri!!! On Ice" Season 2 will be provided. Also, there's also speculation that season 2 will provide a full depth analysis on Yuri Katsuki's character.
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