'The Devil is a Part-Timer!' Season 2 TV anime series announced, 1st key visual revealed

Written by: Jei Beltrano | Published on: March 6, 2021 at 7:29 PM PHT (GMT+8)

The official Twitter for the TV anime series adaptation of Satoshi Wagahara and 029 (Oniku)'s "The Devil is a Part-Timer (Hataraku Maō-sama!)" light novel series has announced during the Kadokawa's Light Novel Expo held on Saturday that the anime series of the same title is receiving a second season soon. A key visual was released to celebrate the announcement.


No other details were revealed as of writing except that the cast members from the first season are reprising their roles for the sequel.


The cast includes:

  • Ryouta Oosaka as Sadao Maou

  • Youko Hikasa as Emi Yusa

  • Yuuki Ono as Shirou Ashiya

  • Nao Touyama as Chiho Sasaki

  • Hiro Shimono as Hanzou Urushihara

  • Kanae Itou as Suzuno Kamazuki

The Devil is a Part-Timer 2nd Season key visual

The first season of the anime series was aired from April 4 until June 27, 2013 and is animated by animation studios White Fox with the direction of Naoto Hosoda. The series composition is written by Masahiro Yokotani, and characters designed by Atsushi Ikariya based from the original illustrations by 029. The first season is composed of 13 episodes.

The series is based on the Japanese light novel series written by Satoshi Wagahara, with illustrations by Oniku (written as 029). ASCII Media Works has published the series in Japan, while Yen Press has published the series in North America.


The novel inspired two manga adaptations. One is by Akio Hiiragi which was published by ASCII Media Works in the February 2012 issue of ASCII Media Works' shōnen manga magazine Dengeki Daioh. And the other is a spin-off manga set in an alternate universe titled The Devil Is a Part-Timer! High School! which was written by Satoshi Wagahara and illustrated by Kurone Mishima, began serialization in the July 2012 issue of ASCII Media Works' Dengeki Maoh magazine.

Source: The Devil is a Part-Timer! Official Twitter

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