Kill la Kill Season 2: What A Fan Should Know

Kill la Kill

Most of you anxiously expect Kill la Kill Season 2. The anime premiered back in 2013, and since then there is no official confirmation of another season. During the past years, numerous rumors have been spreading on the subject. But still, Trigger is keeping silence concerning renewal. Most likely, you even heard a rumor about the 2019 release date for the 2nd season. Nonetheless, all these data are nothing but speculations.

The truth is that Kill la Kill Season 2 won't happen. But sadly, you will have to come to terms with this fact. The first season of the anime looks entirely completed. And, given that the Trigger studio has yet to announce the renewal, this information won't appear in the future. As a rule, fans are looking forward to Season 2 when there is at least enough source material for another television adaptation. Unfortunately, in the case with Kill la Kill there is no source, unless the original script. We're talking about a light novel or manga that, as a rule, might serve as the source material for another round of the series.

In addition, Kill la Kill Season 1 consisted of 24 episodes, which means that it was a complete season split into two cours. Without a doubt, there is still a chance for a 2nd season. Nonetheless, the odds are scanty. Of course, you may argue or even dispute, but we tend to believe that the odds are close to zero. It was a long-term hiatus, which lasted for fifteen years, and, most likely, it will be lasting for years. You'd better admit the truth. Kill la Kill won't return for Season 2.

At the same time, it's worth mentioning that Kill la Kill was a success among the fans. On MyAnimeList, the anime holds a score of 8.18/10 based on over 467,000 votes. However, neither your petitions nor your prayers can't revive the franchise. The only chance remained is that if Netflix decides to pick up Kill la Kill for another season. We talked about it numerous times that the company now invests billions in anime. Yet even in such a case, it won't be Kill la Kill as we used to perceive the show.

As a result, you have now just two options. On the one hand, you may keep hoping that Kill la Kill might return someday for Season 2. On the other, just forget about it. The choice is always yours. For our part, the only thing we can do is to update this page to inform you if Trigger announces Season 2. But honestly, we doubt in such a positive scenario.

Kill la Kill kicked off in October 2013. Season 1 of the anime consisted of twenty-four episodes. An OVA subtitled 'Goodbye Again' premiered on September 3, 2014. In the United States, the series aired on Adult Swim (Toonami). Aniplex of America served as a licensor of the series.

Kill la Kill Summary

The story takes place in the post-apocalyptic Japan. Ryuuko Matoi is eager for revenge. She wanders across the country in an attempt to punish the guilty. She holds the Scissor Blade in her hand, a half of scissors, in fact. Ryuuko knows that the killer keeps the second half of the murder weapon. She enrolls Honnouji Academy, an elite institution that differs any others. Ryuuko suspects that someone who knows the details of the assassination attends this prestigious school.

Here, she faces the Elite Four, a group of students led by Satsuki Kiryuuin, who keep the rest of pupils in fear. Their power is due to the peculiar clothes known as Goku Uniforms, which provides them supernatural abilities thanks to life fibers embedded in it. Ryuuko defeats while trying to fight with Satsuki. But this battle was not in vain. After her epic failing, Ryuuko comes back her ruined home and discover here a rare and sentient 'Kamui,' or God Clothes. This uniform allows Ryuuko to confront Satsuki, as well as find out the truth behind her father's death.