Attack on Titan Season 2 Premieres in Spring 2017

Sunday, July 3rd, 2016

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Attack on Titan Season 2 | Visual

WIT STUDIO returns to produce Attack on Titan Season 2.

At the “Shingeki Matsuri” event, the staff for Attack on Titan revealed that the 2nd season would premiere in Spring 2017. The announcement also revealed a visual for the 2nd season as well as some of the staff and cast for the 2nd season.

The 2nd season for the anime was originally announced in November 2014 and initially set to premiere in 2016.

The staff for the 2nd season includes:

  • Chief Director: Tetsuro Araki (1st Season Director)
  • Director: Masashi Koizuka (1st Season Storyboard and Episode Director)
  • Series Composition: Yasuko Kobayashi
  • Character Design: Kyoji Asano
  • Chief Animation Director: Kyoji Asano, Satoshi Kadowaki, Ayumi Yamada
  • Animation Production: WIT STUDIO

The returning cast includes the following:

  • Yuuki Kaji as Eren Yeager
  • Yui Ishikawa as Mikasa Ackerman
  • Marina Inoue as Armin Arlert
  • Kishō Taniyama as Jean Kirstein
  • Yu Shimamura as Annie Leonhart
  • Yu Kobayashi as Sasha Blouse
  • Shiori Mikami as Christa Lenz
  • Hiro Shimono as Conny Springer
  • Yoshimasa Hosoya as Reiner Braun
  • Tomohisa Hashizume as Bertholt Hoover
  • Saki Fujita as Ymir 
  • Hiroshi Kamiya as Levi
  • Daisuke Ono as Erwin Smith
  • Romi Park as Hanji Zoe
  • Keiji Fujiwara as Hannes 

Funimation and Crunchyroll streamed the 1st season as it aired in Japan. It ran for 25 episodes from April 2013 to September 2013. Funimation licensed the show for home video release and released it in 2014.

No other information for the 2nd season has been revealed at this time.

SOURCES: 1, 2

About Patrick Aguda

Patrick is a Mechanical Engineering student and an avid fan of both video games and anime. He has been a fan of anime since his older sister introduced him to the genre when he was in Pre-K. He grew up watching shows like Cardcaptor Sakura, Digimon Adventure, Gundam Wing, Dragon Ball Z, Tenchi Muyo and Rurouni Kenshin. His favorite anime of all time is Code Geass. His favorite games include Persona 3 Portable, Steambot Chronicles and the .hack//G.U. trilogy. He is very fond of Sinon (Asada Shino).




  • Mr0303

    The manga has been getting progressively worse, but I’m still willing to see the anime if only to see the action scenes animated.

    • azariosays

      i wish they would just end it lol. I kept up with Gantz, but i refuse to go through another experience like that.

    • Mr0303

      I honestly think that the author didn’t expect it to become so popular and has no plan of where the plot should go.

    • DarkEnerjak

      I recall Isayama saying he planned out the manga far in advance.

    • Mr0303

      Could’ve fooled me. The plot is barely moving and we still don’t know what the hell is going on.

  • TrueWiiMaster

    This has been a LONG time coming. It won’t be as exciting for me this time, because after season 1 I started reading the manga and I know what’s coming, but I’m still looking forward to it.