‘Seven Deadly Sins’ Season 2 Not Happening? Low Ratings In Japan Might Spell End For The Series

By Bindhu Mol. G | 1 year ago
‘Seven Deadly Sins’ Season 2 Not Happening? Low Ratings In Japan Might Spell End For The Series

Fans are awaiting for “Seven Deadly Sins” season 2 after the end of the season 1 last March, as many mysteries and differences are yet to be cleared. However, the season 2 is not yet confirmed as the series has low ratings in Japan.

According to When-Will.net, the “Seven Deadly Sins” season 2 is expected to be released in this fall. However, as per World Anime Club, the season 2 of the anime franchise is doubtful. The source reported that the season 1 has low ratings in Japan in spite of the great success in the West. Hence, the chance for the season 2 is uncertain.


KpopStarz reported that the ratings for “Seven Deadly Sins” are not acceptable even though it has a score of 8.5 at IMDB and My Anime List. This clearly signifies that the series could be on the verge of cancellation.

Lots of mysteries and conflicts are to be cleared in the season 1 of “Seven Deadly Sins.” Only with a season 2, certain things could be made clear in the story of the drama. Why did the King accept Elizabeth as the princess in spite of the fact that she does not come from royal lineage? What are the other secrets that Meliodas is still hiding? Why Gilthunder deceived his father? Why did Gilthunder join the enemies? What is the true identity of the white goddess? The answers to these questions are yet to be uncovered in “Seven Deadly Sins.” Hence, fans are anxiously awaiting for a season 2 that could uncover those plots.

The original manga still continues to be released and it is doubtful whether the 24 episodes of the series would incorporate all of the chapters released so far. Therefore, there is a possibility of a sequel of “Seven Deadly Sins” in the fall of 2015 even though it is not yet confirmed.

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