Tower of God is an award-winning adventure and action anime series produced in Japan by Telecom Animation Film. Popular anime series including Megalo Box and Fruits Basket was produced by TMS Entertainment, of which Telecom Animation Film is a division.
It was the first broadcast on Tokyo MX, BS11, GYT, and GTV in Japan, and then licensed by Crunchyroll. The anime gained global attention after being shown on Crunchyroll and is now being shown on HBO Max.
The 13th episode, which premiered on April 1, 2020, and had its own name, was the last broadcast before the series was put on hiatus on June 24, 2020. Fans are now curious as to whether or if a second season will be produced, and if so when it will premiere.
The show is based on the original manhwa (Korean manga). As of 2020, SUI, a manhwa author, has seen his work successfully become an anime series.
Positive critical reception and a dedicated following resulted from the anime. The anime received an 8.0 on IMDb, which is above average for anime.
When will the second season of Tower of God be available to watch?
Tower of God: Season 2 is currently being produced, as revealed by Crunchyroll. However, the streaming service has not provided any information regarding a potential release date; if we had to guess, we’d say that it may premiere as soon as the summer of 2023.
Thankfully, the anime’s Twitter page has released a teaser for the upcoming second season, which recaps some of Baam’s journey in the first season and provides a few glimpses of what’s to come.
We can presume that Tower of God Season 2 will also consist of 13 episodes, as the first season did.
While it hasn’t been officially announced yet, it appears like Telecom Animation Film will be in charge of the animation once again (at least based on the teaser).
Although the animation was clearly a form of quirky we hadn’t seen before, it worked remarkably well with Tower of God’s low-key rhythm and played a huge role in the anime’s appreciation.
|Name of the Season||Tower Of God|
|Season Number||Season 2|
|Tower Of God’s initial Release Date||April 1, 2020|
|Tower Of God Season 2 Release Date||2023|
|Tower Of God Season 2 Characters||Matthew David Rudd and Johnny Yong Bosch|
Plans for the Tower of God
Tower of God’s story is focused on a young man named Twenty-Fifth Bam. A boy with such an odd name, sure. Bam, which is a common Korean name, literally means “Night” but has spiritual connotations associated with a Messiah.
The story follows Bam, whose existence centers on his closest friend Rachael and the Tower behind which he has always lived. Yet Bam was devastated when Rachael entered that Tower.
In your place, I will become a star. pic.twitter.com/nK2R7W2EGL
— Tower of God 🐢 (@tog_anime) August 15, 2021
Bam is now willing to risk all in his pursuit of Rachael’s love. The rest of the plot centers on his adventures within the tower, where he encounters numerous helpful characters.
The fates of Bam, Khun, Rak Wraithraiser, and everyone’s most-hated female, Rachael, will be revealed, and two new key protagonists, Jue Viole Grace and Ja Wangnan will be introduced in the upcoming season.
What actors will be appearing in the second season of Tower of God?
Tower of God season 2 is likely to have the following voice actors if the majority of the original cast returns:
- Taichi Ichikawa as Bam
- Nobuhiko Okamoto as Khun
- Kenta Miyake as Rak
- Saori Hayami as Rachel
- Rie Suegara as Endorsi
- Kenjirou Tsuda as Lero-Ro
More brilliant voice performers are sure to enter the fray this season as we introduce new characters. Who it is, we can’t wait to find out.
Tower of God Season 2 Trailer
Good news, lovers of the anime Tower of God: a new trailer for the upcoming second season premiered at the recent Crunchyroll Expo event.
TV ANIME “Kami no Tou Season 2 (Tower of God S2)신의 탑 / 神之塔 -Tower of God- 2nd SEASON)” Key Visual pic.twitter.com/44UKxJTvGN
— oecuf.xyz ─ Anime Trailer Account (@oecuf0) August 6, 2022
Tower of God’s popularity is clear, despite the fact that Crunchyroll does not provide its official viewership numbers; the anime presently has a score of 7.7/10 on IMDB, 74% on Analyst, 7.56/10 on MyAnimeList, 4/5 on Anime-Planet, and 4.7/5 on Crunchyroll.
Lee Jong-hui, also known as SIU, the manhwa’s author, revealed that he was taking a vacation from the series, casting doubt on its future.
However, the webtoon has returned to its regularly scheduled releases and as of August 2022, more than 130 chapters — labeled up to season 3 — have been published.