‘The Promised Neverland’ season 2 English dub is heading to the Funimation streaming service.
They said on their website, “The kids of Grace Field House are on the run! We’re excited to announce that The Promised Neverland Season 2 English dub is officially on its way to Funimation, thanks to our partners at Aniplex of America and Bang Zoom! Entertainment.”
“On August 20, all 11 episodes of the second season’s English dub will arrive on Funimation, which means it’s almost time to finish the journey of Emma, Norman and Ray in this action-packed adventure,” Funimation added. “The English cast of the series returns for Season 2, including Erica Mendez (Sailor Moon) as Emma, Jeannie Tirado (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind) as Norman and Laura Stahl (Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun) as Ray.”
The rest of the cast includes Laura Post as the voice of Mom Isabella, Rebeka Thomas as the voice of Sister Krone, Cedric Williams as the voice of Don, Ryan Bartley voicing Gilda, Amber Connor as the voice of Phil, and Michelle Ruff as Nat.
The show is made by the Japanese studio Mamoru Kanbe and directed by Mamoru Kanbe. It is licensed by Aniplex to produce the English dub of the anime.
You can watch the trailer for the English dub below:
Season 2 of ‘The Promised Neverland’ faced some controversy with fans of the manga in Asia and North America after it chopped up certain plots and skipped a popular story arc entirely.
Otaquest reported at the time that the Promised Forest, Search for Minerva, Cuvitidala, and the King of Paradise story-arcs were incredibly condensed, some down to one or two episodes. Fans were especially outraged after the Goldy Pond Battle arc was completely left out of the show altogether.
“The big question is, therefore, why,” they write. “Goldy Pond is a beloved story arc that introduces no small amount of characters and was arguably the series’ last great narrative before settling into a long-term decline. The amount of rage and anger floating around The Promised Neverland fan community right now is palpable, so this merits an explanation.”
Some have speculated that this is why the anime’s renewal has yet to be announced.
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