The Devil is a Part-Timer! franchise recently announced the sequel to the second season. The show will air in the Summer of 2023, specifically in July. This announcement was originally made during the end premiere of Season 2.
The official Twitter account @anime_maousama recently revealed the key visual for the sequel and now made the update with the official trailer. The official website revealed the complete list of cast members and the staff as well.
They’ve also announced a special program with the title “Terrestrial! I’m Home, Maou-sama!” to be released on YouTube prior to the official release, and this program will feature the main cast.
You can see the trailer below:
The trailer has plenty of drama between the two main characters which is to be expected. It’s nice to see that Maou is still bent on taking over the world, starting as a low-wage employee at MgRonald. Emi is growing as a person and learning to accept Maou as he is. Will this finally be the season when Emi confesses her growing feelings toward Maou, the demon lord?
The Devil is a Part-Timer! Key Visual And Cast
The key visual features the entire cast of the series with a new character that we know nothing about. Perhaps she’s one of the heroes who’s come here to take down the demon lord.
The main cast for the series includes Ryouta Oosaka as Sadao Maou, Youko Hikasa as Emi Yusa, and Yuuki Ono as Shirou Aashiya. Additionally supporting cast includes Hiro Shimono as Hanzou Urushihara, Nao Touyama as Chiho Sasaki, Kanae Itou as Suzuno Kamazuki, and Hina Kino as Ramus Alas.
Frequently Asked Questions
Maou came to the human realm to escape the hero; however, after coming here he realized his fading demon powers and decided to understand the workings of this world to take over as the new ruler. And for that purpose, he works at Mcdonald’s because everyone has to start somewhere.
Yes! It is clear she has romantic feelings toward Maou, but he hides them behind a facade of anger and insults. She genuinely cares about him and rushes to help him if anything goes wrong.
Source: Official Twitter