Jobless Reincarnation Season 2 Episode 4 is scheduled to release on October 25, 2021. Fans are excited to watch the latest episodes.
Jobless Reincarnation is a Japanese isekai anime series by Studio Bind. The series is directed by Manabu Okamoto. It follows the adventures of a jobless and hopeless man who gets reincarnated after a truck accident. It is based on Rifujin na Magarote’s novel series of the same name.
The first season premiered on January 11, 2021, on Tokyo MX, KBS, BS11, and SUN. After a long break, the second season finally premiered on October 4, 2021. Funimation licensed the series to simulcast through Anime Lab and Wakanim. Muse Communication licensed the series to stream it on their Muse Asia YouTube channel, iQIYI, and Bilibili.
About Jobless Reincarnation
The story revolves around a 34-year-old NEET (Not in Education, Employment, or Training). He is evicted from his house on the day of his parent’s funeral and a truck runs over him. Before realizing anything, he wakes up in a baby’s body, in a different world. In this new life, his name is Rudeus Greyrat. He is a highly skilled magician and a disciple of demon magician Roxy Migurdia.
Rudeus is still traumatized by the memories of his past life. He keeps himself busy learning magic and swordsmanship. He must let go of his bad memories to make progress. Rudeus becomes half-elf Sylphiette’s friend and the noble heiress Eris Boreas Greyrat’s tutor. Later, he befriends a strong warrior known as Ruijerd Supardia. He decides to let go of the memories of his past life and live this life with no regrets.
Jobless Reincarnation Season 2 Episode 4 Release Date
It is scheduled to release on October 25, 2021. This series is regarded as one of the best isekai series of all time. Viewers have high expectations from the most anticipated series. Viewers just can’t wait to watch the next episode.
Where to Watch Online
You can watch all the latest episodes of Jobless Reincarnation Season 2 on Funimation, iQIYI, and Bilibili. You can also stream it online on Hulu and Muse Asia’s YouTube channel.
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