Crunchyroll Reveals ‘The Daily Life of the Immortal King’ Season 2 Dub Cast

With season 3 being released on the video-sharing website Bilibili, Crunchyroll has announced that they are developing an English dubbed version of ‘The Daily Life of the Immortal King.’ The Chinese animated series is based on an action-comedy web novel series.

Crunchyroll revealed the cast list on their website:

  • Wang Ling voiced by Ethan Gallardo (Mizushima in My Hero Academia)
  • Sun Rong voiced by Meg McClain (Rachel in Angels of Death)
  • Chen Chao voiced by Josh Bangle (Tenji in Tomodachi Game)
  • Guo Hao voiced by Bryson Baugus (Izumi in Shikimori’s Not Just a Cutie)
  • Zhuo Yi voiced by Spencer Liles (Geese in Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation)
  • Pan Shengcong voiced by Wendy Powell (Envy in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood)
  • Ku Xuan voiced by Ben Bryant (Zetsu in BACK ARROW)
  • Li Hao voiced by Sam Largent
  • Xiaoyu Lin voiced by Macy Anne Johnson (Shikimori in Shikimori’s Not Just a Cutie)
  • Wang Zukang voiced by Chris Rager (Veldora in That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime)
  • Jingke Sword voiced by Emi Lo (Lucy in Cyberpunk: Edgerunners)
  • Froggy 2 voiced by Xan Cramer (Doriate in Fairy Tail)

Jerry Jewell works on the project as the ADR Director, Jill Harris joins as the Assistant ADR Director, and Jared Smith handles the script work.

You can watch the trailer below:

The Shanghai animation studio Haoliners Animation League developed a Donghua animated show in an anime style and is directed by Li Haoling.

TMDB describes the synopsis as follows,

“As a cultivation genius who has achieved a new realm every two years since he was a year old, Wang Ling is a near-invincible existence with prowess far beyond his control. But now that he’s sixteen, he faces his greatest battle yet – Senior High School. With one challenge after another popping up, his plans for a low-key high school life seem further and further away…”

The original novel ‘Xian Wang de Richang Shenghuo’ was released in English as a webcomic for a North American audience. It was released by the Chinese publisher Qidian in 2017 and continues to this day. strives to be an apolitical, balanced and based pop culture news outlet. However, our contributors are entitled to their individual opinions. Author opinions expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect the views of our video hosts, other site contributors, site editors, affiliates, sponsors or advertisers. This website contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. We disclaim products or services we have received for review purposes, as well as sponsored posts.

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