As the second season of Jujutsu Kaisen approaches its conclusion, only one episode remains before it wraps up. Amidst the Shibuya Incident Arc, where both heroes and villains face grim consequences, the season finale promises significant surprises. It will air at the end of this year on December 29th, 2023. Jujutsu Tech persists in their efforts to free Satoru Gojo, yet encounters a substantial obstacle in the form of Suguru Geto as they strive to achieve their goal.
Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2 Finale First Look
Warning: If you haven’t watched episode 22 of Jujutsu Kaisen’s second season, be cautious as we’ll be delving into spoiler territory. In the penultimate episode of the Shibuya Incident Arc, significant revelations unfolded regarding characters conceived by creator Gege Akutami. Geto’s true identity was unveiled as Noritoshi Kamo, a figure deemed one of the most malevolent sorcerers globally.
This revelation also disclosed that Choso is, indeed, Yuji Itadori’s brother. However, fathered by Kamo, who has been transmigrating between bodies for decades. While Geto remains undefeated and Gojo is trapped in the Prison Realm, Jujutsu Tech receives substantial reinforcements to conclude the episode.
The Shibuya Incident Arc’s End
The upcoming twenty-third episode of Jujutsu Kaisen’s second season will mark its conclusion, set to air next week. As of now, Studio MAPPA has not officially confirmed the release of a third season. However, given the franchise’s popularity and the substantial content remaining to be adapted from the manga, there’s a strong likelihood that Jujutsu Tech will make a return to the screen. Fans can anticipate at least two more seasons if the anime adaptation continues to follow the source material.
MAPPA has a busy schedule ahead despite the conclusion of Jujutsu Kaisen’s second season. At this year’s Jump Festa, the studio revealed plans to produce the first feature-length film in the Chainsaw Man franchise, titled “Chainsaw Man The Movie: The Reze Arc.” Additionally, MAPPA is gearing up for the release of the second season of Hell’s Paradise and an original anime titled Bucchigiri. With these projects in the pipeline, the studio continues to showcase its diverse and expansive portfolio.