‘Yuri!!! On Ice' Season 2 Release Date Confirmed? Massive Series Gets Its Own Movie
Arguably one of the greatest Anime hit series of all time just made some big announcements the other day. According to a respected magazine, "Yuri!!! On Ice" Season 2 will be released in October this year. Also, the massive show will have their very first movie as it was confirmed already by its producers.
'Yuri!!! On Ice' Season 2 Release Date
Legions of fans of "Yuri!!! On Ice" have been waiting for an update of season 2 since last year. Most of them are very patient about it while other fans are somehow annoyed. However, when the Tokyo Festival was finished last April 29, there were vital pieces of information that were provided by the insiders. It was reported via 247 that the release date of "Yuri!!! On Ice" season 2 has been scheduled and if everything goes as planned, season 2 will be aired this October. This is not confirmed by Mitsuro Kubo yet but fans are already excited about the development of the show.
The plot will still revolve around Yuri K, as he wants to prove to everybody especially to his coach that he is still the best. A rivalry between Yuri K and Yuri P will also be exploited to a completely new level. For those who forgot what had happened on the Grand Prix, Yuri P won the gold medal and Yuri k was in the second place. Yuri K was not fazed with his defeat but was challenged by Yuri P to be better. Yuri P is an up and coming star and Victor Nikiforov stated before that Yuri P will be Yuri K's biggest rival.
'Yuri!!! On Ice' The Movie
Fans were unglued when they heard and read the news about the show producing their very first film. The social media erupted when the news was leaked and fans cannot wait to see what the movie is all about. The media tried to get hold any information from the producers and creators of the show but none of them provided any detail. The only thing guaranteed right now is, the movie is already in production and most of the storylines are already finished.
‘Yuri!!! On Ice' Season 2 Updates: Plot Already Revealed By Mitsuro Kubo? Yuri Plisetsky's Unseen Performance Released
Mitsuro Kubo might be tight lipped about the whole storyline of season 2. However, she did provide some hints on what is going to happen after the Grand Prix. Also, there are a lot of speculations that a new character will be introduced and it will be showcased as a rival of Yuri K and Yuri P.
‘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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