Edens Zero Season 2 is now streaming on Crunchyroll as part of the Spring 2023 anime schedule, and fans can catch up on Season 1 of the anime with a new movie now playing on the service!
As the first season of the TV anime has been available for streaming on Netflix, the anime adaptation based on Hiro Mashima’s original Edens Zero manga has been caught in the middle of different licenses outside of Japan. However, Edens Zero Season 2 is a much different story, as it is only available on Crunchyroll.
Check out Edens Zero Season 2 Trailer Here!
Edens Zero Season 2 is only available on Crunchyroll, and fans who wish to catch up may find it difficult to find Edens Zero Season 1. Thankfully, Crunchyroll has prepared a special recap movie that compiles the events of Edens Zero Season 1 and brings new fans up to speed while they watch the freshly released Edens Zero Season 2 episodes.
Crunchyroll is currently streaming the Edens Zero Season 1 recap movie in North America, Central America, South America, Europe (except Spain, Portugal, Italy, and French and German-speaking nations), Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, CIS, and India.
If you want to see the entire Edens Zero Season 1 episode list, you’ll have to go to Netflix. Edens Zero Season 2 is presently debuting new episodes on Crunchyroll on a weekly basis. Crunchyroll teases the story of Edens Zero as follows:
Cosmic Era year X492… A time when countless people venture into space to travel between stars. Rebecca is a ‘B-cuber’ online video streamer who meets Shiki, a young boy who can control gravity, on the robot-inhabited planet Granbell. Shiki follows the teachings of his foster guardian, the robot ‘Demon King’ Ziggy, and treasures his friends over everything. Rebecca strikes up a friendship with Shiki, and takes him on an adventure through space, outside of the only planet he has ever known. Shiki’s first time in space—new sights, new people, new everything! This is the beginning of a great and exciting adventure in space, with starry-eyed Shiki and his friends.
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