“One Piece” has caught the imaginations of millions of fans worldwide for over two decades with its epic tale of pirates, treasure, and camaraderie.
The beloved anime version of Eiichiro Oda’s iconic manga has been a staple in the world of animation for many years, and fans are always looking forward to the next edition.
In this article, we’ll explore the latest updates on the release date of “One Piece” Season 2 and what to expect from this enduring adventure.
When Will One Piece Season 2 Be Released?
Eiichiro Oda confirmed the renewal of One Piece for a second season on September 14, 2023. Despite the fact that the initial drafts of the show’s screenplays have been completed, don’t expect to see Luffy again until 2025.
With the overwhelmingly positive response from fans and critics (see our One Piece live-action review here!) and massive watching numbers, it’s no surprise that season 2 was confirmed so fast.
And, because the first drafts of the scripts for season 2 have already been written, production may begin as soon as the current Hollywood strikes are resolved.
The show’s executives have revealed a more definite timeframe, indicating that the live-action One Piece season 2 will be ready between 12 and 18 months after the strikes end.
However, there is now no end in sight to the strikes — in which performers and authors are bargaining for a fair settlement — and we do not expect them to end until 2024.
Who Will Be in the Cast of One Piece Season 2?
Almost everyone from the previous season will return for One Piece season 2, including Iaki Godoy as the Straw Hats’ captain.
- Iñaki Godoy as Monkey D. Luffy
- Emily Rudd as Nami
- Mackenyu Arata as Roronoa Zoro
- Jacob Romero Gibson as Usopp
- Taz Skylar as Sanji
- Aidan Scott as Helmeppo
- Jeff Ward as Buggy
- Steven Ward as Dracule Mihawk
- Vincent Regan as Garp
- Ilia Isorelýs Paulino as Alvida
- Ian McShane as The Narrator
What Will Happen in the Second Season of One Piece?
Season 2 of Netflix’s One Piece will most likely complete the East Blue tale and begin the Arabasta saga.
If you’ve seen the One Piece live-action season 1 finale, you’ll know that the episode ended on a bit of a cliffhanger. Buggy the Clown and Alvida desire vengeance and are hunting down our favorite Devil Fruit user as Luffy and the group prepare to sail the Grand Line in search of the One Piece treasure.
The Loguetown Arc in the East Blue Saga is expected to be the major plot of One Piece season 2. Before traveling to the Grand Line, the gang visits the place where Gol D Roger was born and executed. There, we’ll see Buggy again, meet another Devil Fruit User (Smoker), and discover what a Seastone is.
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The episode will then likely conclude with the introduction of the Arabasta story. The Straw Hat group will arrive in the arid nation of Arabasta. It’s one of the most dramatic and action-packed arcs in One Piece, and if you want spoilers, you’ll have to read the manga or see the anime. But trust us when we say you’re in for a treat.
Is There Any Trailer for One Piece Season 2?
There is currently no trailer for One Piece season 2, and the Netflix series has yet to begin filming, so it will be a long wait. For now, you can watch the trailer for season 1 below:
Frequently Asked Questions
Where Can I Watch the Second Season of One Piece?
Like the first season, live-action One Piece season 2 will be accessible exclusively on Netflix when it is released.
How Many Episodes Will One Piece Season 2 Have?
Nothing has been confirmed, but we anticipate that One Piece season 2 will feature the same number of episodes as the first season: eight.
Is One Piece Season 2 Confirmed?
Fans of the program may now celebrate as the streaming service has officially confirmed the show’s return for a thrilling second season.