The Promised Neverland is a Japanese magna series adapted from manga of the same name. In my previous article, I mention about the latest episode i.e., episode 3 which is available on Funimation. The 4th episode is coming soon in the coming week. Read more to know the release date, availability on online platforms and preview of the episode.
The Promised Neverland Season 2 Episode 4 will released on the coming Thursday, 28th January 2021. The rest of the episodes of season 4 will be aired every week on Thursday. The exact time is stil not out yet. But it can follow the same timings as the previous episodes.
The main characters of The Promised Neverland Season 2 includes Emma, Norman and Ray. If we go deep into their character then all the characters are very cheerful and interesting.
Norman is the one who is very genius and has lots of strategy. On the other hand Ray is also smart but he is very curious about the outside world. Later in the series we come to know that the caretaker of the orphanage- Isabella is the mother of Ray.
If you are new here then let me start from the beginning. The Promised Neverland Season 2’s plot begins in an orphanage where kids life their life happily. But this hapiness ends when they come to know about the evil truth of the orphanage. The kids try to escape from there and manage to do so.
In episode 3, we saw that the kids were getting trained by Mujika and Sonju. The kids learnt the different ways ways to survive. Thus they decided to move ahead into the demand world. Meanwhile, Emma’s weird behaviour is another problem.
In episode 4 we might see Emma to act more weird and create certain problems. Ray will try to find out the reason behind her acts. On the other hand, the kids will go to their next destination and will face issues because of the evil demons. The reason behind Emma’s behaviour can get revealed.
The Promised Neverland Season 2 Episode 4 will stream on Funimation AnimeLab and Hulu. Premium users will be able to see it on the same day but if you want to watch it for free then you have to wait for few days.
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