The Promised Neverland, the psychological thriller that arrived in early 2019 has thrived and succeeded quite a lot. Currently, on its second consecutive season, it has kept the ride going. While the manga has completed the main storyline, the anime series continues to do with minor tweaks here and there. Some fans are appreciating the tweaks while some were happy with the original one. But at the end of the day, the series is still going strong becoming one of the most popular ones right now. Now for the past two seasons, the Japanese dub of The Promised Neverland has driven the anime to success. But, the English dub fans have been kept waiting in question whether the dub is coming for the second season too, or not. So here is everything we know so far about the arrival of the English dub for The Promised Neverland Season 2.
The Promised Neverland tells a story set at the Grace Field House. A happy place for Orphans. Only until they realize the place is in fact a child farm and they are the meat. Emma, Norman, and Ray, the three orphans at the place take the responsibility to rescue each and every orphan. So they execute an absolute plan to escape from the place and woman once they called their mother. So, with no further adieu, let’s take a look at what we know about the English dub of The Promised Neverland.
The Promised Neverland Season 2 (English Dub)- Is It Coming?
The Promised Neverland Season 2 has completed 8 out of 11 episodes so far. It was one of the animes that suffered due to pandemics. The anime’s second season was supposed to arrive earlier in 2020. But it had to de delay and pushed to January of 2021. So, since the anime was pushed to such an extent, plus dubbing also requires a lot of work. This raises further questions about whether we are getting dub of the second season during its original run or not.
We might agree unlike other shows and productions, The Promised Neverland has held itself pretty good. Despite having delays and production issues, the second still marked to be quite good. So here it is, the first season of anime is available to stream on Crunchyroll with English subtitles. For English dub fans, the first season is available on Funimation both with English Subtitles as well as the Dubbed version.
So, with the first season is already dubbed, we can conclude that the voice cast for the English dub is there for The Promised Neverland. It’s just a matter of time when the production continues more smoothly. So, the actors will return to dub the anime. It could be now or once the series completes its original second-season run.
The series has aired on Hulu and Funimation as well. Like we mentioned above Funimation is already having season 1 with an English dub. They are known for Simuldubs. Still sticking to the fact, the second season hasn’t released a dub as of now. Anyway, since season 1 is there with dub and giving to the show’s popularity. We are expecting it to return with a dub once it wraps up all 11 episodes of the second season. If not maybe in the summer of 2021, that’s what we are aiming for.
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The English Dub Cast For The Promised Neverland
Looking at Season 1’s English cast of The Promised Neverland, there are a number of names we are expecting to return. Starting off with our three leads is Erica Mendez in the voice of Emma, Jeannie Tirado as the voice of Norman, and Laura Stahl as the voice of Ray. The other supporting cast members for the characters at Grace Field House also have a range of names. These include Laura Post as the voice of Mom Isabella, Rebeka Thomas as the voice of Sister Krone, Cedric Williams as the voice of Don, Ryan Bartley voicing Gilda, Amber Connor as the voice of Phil, and Michelle Ruff as Nat.
The other supporting cast that could also return includes Cristina Vee as Thoma, Brianna Knickerbocker as Anna, Philece Sampler as Lannion, Jackie Lastra as Connie, and finally Dana Hayes as Grandma.
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