It seems that the creators of this anime love the figure twelve. The first season of Juuni Taisen: Zodiac War consists of twelve episodes as you might have guessed. This round comes to an end on December 19, 2017, or closer to this date. Without a doubt, you're wondering, is Graphinica going to produce another television adaptation, extending thereby the series for twelve additional episodes? Since there have been no official reports on the subject, we may just state our assumptions regarding Season 2. However, there are numerous factors why we believe that it would happen soon. Let's figure it out.
In fact, there is just one volume of the original light novel of the same name. However, the good news is that a sequel titled Juuni Taisen Tai Juuni Taisen will release on December 12, 2017, right a few days before the end of the first season of the anime. This volume will also contain at least twelve chapters. Therefore, it's a good sign pointing out another television adaptation.
Nonetheless, the show's creators would likely look up at the response of the target audience to figure out does the television adaptation worth continuation. After all, the fundamental factor in a decision on renewal depends mostly on the commercial expediency of its production. As for the reception, we consider this indicator pretty high. Juuni Taisen Season 1 has a score of 7.33/10 ~ 11,500 votes, on MyAnimeList. The viewers of Crunchyroll have rated the action series at 4.1 out of 5 stars.
Summing up, we believe that the announcement of renewal will follow soon. Since there will be another volume, the show's creators will have enough source material to produce one more installment of the television adaptation. The viewers as it appears to love the show. Thus, we estimate the odds of Juuni Taisen: Zodiac War to return for a sophomore season as pretty high. The only question remains, when could it happen?
Juni Taisen Season 1 kicked off in October 2017 on AT-X. Shortly afterward, MBS, Tokyo MX, BS11, and other Japanese broadcasters began airing the series. The Graphinica studio served as a developer of the television adaptation. FUNimation has acquired the exclusive rights to the anime in North America. The first season of the series consists of twelve episodes. There has been no official news on the subject of renewal till now. To be sure of this, we suggest you visit the official website of the anime series.