in

Tokyo Ghoul :re Season 2 Episode Schedule

Tokyo Ghoul :re’s second season is about kick off next week, and it’s time we give you everything that you need to know about the upcoming season of the show. First things first, Tokyo Ghoul re Season 2 is going to be the show’s last. They’re ending the show in the next 12 episodes, and so the series is already effectively ruined for me, and most of the fans.

Tokyo Ghoul :re Season 2

These 12 episodes will contain stuff from over 120 chapters from the Tokyo Ghoul re manga. In case you were still wondering, it is one of the worst adaptations that has ever been created. If you’re a fan of Tokyo Ghoul, I suggest that you read the manga. It is a hundred times better than the anime, which makes no sense at this point. Anyway, we’re here to discuss Tokyo Ghoul re Season 2 episode schedule in this post, and that’s exactly what we’re going to do:

Tokyo Ghoul :re Season 2 Episode Schedule

Tokyo Ghoul :re Season 2 Episode 1 – 9 October 2018
Tokyo Ghoul :re Season 2 Episode 2 – 16 October 2018
Tokyo Ghoul :re Season 2 Episode 3 – 23 October 2018
Tokyo Ghoul :re Season 2 Episode 4 – 30 October 2018
Tokyo Ghoul :re Season 2 Episode 5 – 6 November 2018
Tokyo Ghoul :re Season 2 Episode 6 – 13 November 2018
Tokyo Ghoul :re Season 2 Episode 7 – 20 November 2018
Tokyo Ghoul :re Season 2 Episode 8 – 27 November 2018
Tokyo Ghoul :re Season 2 Episode 9 – 4 December 2018
Tokyo Ghoul :re Season 2 Episode 10 – 11 December 2018
Tokyo Ghoul :re Season 2 Episode 11 – 18 December 2018
Tokyo Ghoul :re Season 2 Episode 12 – 25 December 2018

The show is going to be just about three months. I’m not expecting anything from this adaptation of Re. Even if they’re finishing the story, I think Ishida Sui’s manga is much better and deserves much better as well. Even if I wanted them to adapt my favorite scenes properly, there are so many that I can’t even decide what they should leave out.

Either way, this adaptation is something that I’m not looking forward to. Let’s see how it goes. Tokyo Ghoul re Season 2 premieres on October 9, 2018. You can watch it on TV Tokyo, or stream it online via Crunchyroll, Funimation or any other service.

Ubisoft Teases Multiplayer Mode In Future Assassin’s Creed Games

The Conners – Cast, Details, And Release Date