Devils Line is an anime that was adapted from the manga has the same name. It is a beloved dark fantasy anime that is about vampires and humans living together. The series, originally broadcast on AT-X, Tokyo MX, BS11, Sun TV, and KBS Kyoto, also published on HULU TV and gained a strong audience worldwide. Two years after the first season aired, fans are still curious about a possible second season. So, will there be a second season of Devils Line? What will be the plotline, and when is the release date? The series was broadcast between April 7, 2018, and June 23. Following its last episode, an OVA episode aired in August 2018. According to IMDb data, it has an average score of 6.8 but has a strong fan base worldwide. Let’s remember the series before moving on to the details of the next season.
Anzai is the main character. He is a hybrid of vampire and human and a detective agent who rescues human Tsukasa from a vampire attack. They hook up, but Anzai is a vampire hybrid trying to stay away from drinking human blood, and Tsukasa’s blood lures him to her and tries not to give in to the temptation.
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As the manga is still continuing, we know that Anzai and Tsukasa broke up, and they will try to stay away from each other. Tsukasa will try to forget him, but she will not be able to love him deeply. Anzai, not being a detective anymore, will face the consequences of his past operations on vampires. He will encounter a vampire from before, who attacked Tsukasa, and he will make Anzai question himself and his motives in life. Anzai will learn more about his transformations to his vampire form and realize that it is not blood that triggers him.
Anzai will learn more and more about being a vampire and other strange cases like him. But the people from his past of being a detective that chased down vampires will not leave him alone in the next season. While trying to stay away from Tsukasa to protect her, he will also deal with vampires that try to take him down as revenge. All the while, his love for Tsukasa will grow. While these are happening, some politics will also be introduced to the show and make things exciting. Stay tuned for the new season.
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Will there be a second season of Devils’ Line?
The subject that fans are most curious about is, is the series confirmed for the second season? Unfortunately, we cannot give good news. Series creator Platinum Vision did not give the green light for the second season. There has been no cancellation or renewal yet for the second season from broadcasters. In this case, we have investigated some rumors for you and evaluated the next season’s possibilities.
First, let’s examine the source material. Because if the manga, which anime generally uses as a source, does not have enough script for a new season, it is impossible to see the second season. However, Devils Line passes the test in this regard. The series has a 14 volume manga that has been published so far and is still ongoing at the time of writing. Only a small portion of this resource material was used for the first season. So there is enough material for a few more seasons. But is it enough to see a second season?
Unfortunately, the manga is not the only parameter. It is the ratings of the series and financial processes that are more prominent. Devils Line’s shortcomings start here. Unfortunately, the series did not get enough appreciation from the reviews. Although it has a fan base, the series falls short of other anime on Hulu TV worldwide. In terms of ratings, broadcasting a second season of the series will pose a risk for broadcasters. It is very unlikely to see the second season of the series, but the anime world is full of surprises. Depending on a future renewal, we can see the new season of the series in late 2021.
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