On October 24, Ani-One will stream To Your Eternity, Season 2.

The To Your Eternity (Fumetsu no Anata e) television anime’s second season will be shown on October 24 at 3:30 p.m. IST, according to a Facebook post made on Tuesday by Hong Kong content distributor MediaLink Entertainment Limited’s Ani-One Asia YouTube page.

The anime will also be available to watch in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Timor-Leste, Thailand, and Vietnam in addition to India and Hong Kong.

Ani-One Asia outlines the plot:

FUSHI was initially flung as a “orb” onto Earth. It saw the deaths of a little girl, an exceptional older brother, combat allies, and lastly, an elderly woman, allowing him to develop into something resembling a human. Many years have passed. The planet is in disarray as archenemy NOKKER launches another assault. FUSHI needs to end his protracted quiet and stand. Wait however. He can battle on his own. However, he is powerless to shield everyone. Will he fight even if he knows more people will die?

On October 23, NHK Educational will air the anime’s debut.

Masahiko Murata has been replaced as the anime’s director by Kiyoko Sayama (Vampire Knight, PrĂ©tear, Amanchu! Advance). The new animation company that has replaced Brains Base is called Drive (ACTORS: Songs Connection, Vladlove). The remaining members of the core team are back, including Shinz Fujita, who oversees the series’ scripts, Koji Yabuno, who creates the characters, Ryo Kawasaki, who writes the music, and Takeshi Takadera, who oversees the sound design.

In April 2021, NHK Educational broadcast the first episode of the anime. The anime’s production timeline was severely impacted by COVID-19, which caused it to be delayed from its intended October 2020 debut date to April 2021. As the anime aired in Japan, Ani-One Asia streamed it online.

The English-language manga is being published by Kodansha USA Publishing. In parallel with its Japanese publication, Crunchyroll is also making the manga available online in English.

The manga was first published in Weekly Shnen Magazine in November 2016 by Ima. the second arc of the manga began in January 2020 after the first arc’s conclusion in December 2019. The third arc will begin on January 25 after the conclusion of the second arc on Wednesday. In May 2019, the manga received the Best Shnen Manga prize at the 43rd Kodansha Manga Awards. The manga was also included in the 2019 list of Outstanding Graphic Novels for Teens published by the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA), a division of the American Library Association (ALA).

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