Daily Life Of The Immortal King Season 2: Is the Release of the Chinese series on Netflix Officially Declared?
The Chinese donghua series The Daily Life of the Immortal King aired on January 18, 2020. Bilibili and Funimation handle the global distribution of the show. Episodes from the first season of “The Daily Life of the Immortal King” will become available on Netflix worldwide on June 30, 2021. It’s fifteen episodes long, giving the show a total runtime of between two and four hours. Since then, ‘The Daily Life of the Immortal King’ has amassed an appreciable fan base, all of whom are eager for news regarding season 2. If you need further details on the subject, this article will let you.
About “The Daily Life of the Immortal King”
The supernatural fantasy donghua series “The Daily Life of the Immortal King,” or “Xian Wang de Richang Shenghuo,” is based on the Chinese web novel of the same name and tells the story of a young boy named Wang Ling who is given unmatched abilities and becomes the immortal king. So, he has to keep a low profile and hide his true identity when he enrolls in a magical high school emphasizing spirituality with spells. The Donghua was animated by the Haoliners Animation League, and it received praise from both reviewers and audiences for its detailed worldbuilding and intriguing premise.
Is release of Season 2 of ‘The Daily Life of the Immortal King’ on Netflix declared?
No particular information have been issued by the production regarding the release of the Second season of the Chinese series on Netflix, as per different sources. At a 2020 November event, the digital platform Bilibili announced the upcoming season’s titles, which included season 2 of “The Daily Life of the Immortal King” and many other exciting new shows. They did not announce the show’s premiere date at the event, and we have heard nothing more about it since. Fans in China may rest confident that the show will premiere in 2021 as planned and that there will be no further delays due to the coronavirus pandemic that plagued the region in the years before the announcement. About 1.5 years after its debut in China, the series finally made its way to Netflix.