The official website for the SPY×FAMILY anime has released the main trailer for its upcoming second season, giving fans a sneak peek into what’s in store. The second season will feature the opening theme song, Kurakura, by Ado, and the ending theme song, Todome no Ichigeki (Finishing Strike), by Vaundy feat. Cory Wong.
The opening song will be released as a single on October 5, and the ending song on October 8. The highly anticipated second season is set to premiere on October 7 at 11:00 p.m. JST (10:00 a.m. EDT) on TV Tokyo, TV Osaka, TV Aichi, TV Setouchi, and TV Hokkaido broadcasting channels, with broadcasts on other channels to follow at a later date.
Fans can also look forward to the Gekijōban SPY×FAMILY Code: White film, an all-new work with an original story, opening on December 22.
In a world where espionage meets family dynamics, SPY×FAMILY is a manga and anime slice-of-life series that took the world by storm, offering an endearing blend of action, humor, and heartwarming moments.
With a diverse cast of characters, each harboring their secrets and motives, this series keeps readers on the edge of their seats while also tugging at their heartstrings.
SPY×FAMILY S2 Debuts on October 7
Written and illustrated by Tatsuya Endo, SPY×FAMILY has gained popularity since its serialization on the Shōnen Jump+ app and website in 2019 and has collected 11 volumes as of date.
Kazuhiro Furuhashi returns to direct the second season at WIT STUDIO and CloverWorks, with Takahiro Harada back as the assistant director. Ichiro Okouch will handle the series scripts, succeeding Furuhashi. Assisting in script supervision are Daishiro Tanimura and Ayumu Hisao.
Kazuaki Shimada continues as the character designer, while [K]NoW_NAME remains the music producer, and Shōji Hata takes charge as the sound director.
The story follows a spy known only as “Twilight,” a master of deception and covert operations. His latest mission? Infiltrate an elite school to get close to a target with world-changing secrets. The catch? To maintain his cover, he needs a family and fast.
Enter Yor Forger, a deadly assassin who will do anything to protect her family, and Anya, a precocious girl with psychic powers of her own. Through a series of quirky and often hilarious events, these three disparate individuals find themselves bound together as a makeshift family.
The twist? None of them know each other’s identities.
How was Season 1?
SPY×FAMILY may not be a groundbreaking series, but it excels in pushing all the right buttons, and so it has become so worldly famous. Its brave concept of a spy, assassin, and psychic forming a family offers a refreshing departure from typical action-comedy shows.
The sheer absurdity, like a proposal involving a grenade pin, adds to its charm, while its ability to effortlessly shift from life-threatening situations to everyday school life keeps viewers engaged.
Despite not being entirely relatable, the characters feel genuine and deal with relatable emotional dilemmas. Their endearing personalities and backgrounds create interesting and hooking dynamics.
The series blends humor and heartwarming moments, creating a well-balanced package that doesn’t disappoint. As the plot unfolds, the series explores the complexities of relationships, trust, and the lengths we’ll go to protect the ones we love.
So, if you’re looking for a thrilling yet heartwarming story that’s unlike anything else recently released in the world of anime and manga, SPY×FAMILY is a must-read and must-watch. Get ready for a rollercoaster of emotions as you follow the adventures of this unconventional family, where love and espionage collide in the most unexpected ways.