On the official Twitter account for the anime adaptation of Light Novels written by Satoshi Wagahara and illustrated by 029, Hataraku Maou-sama! (The devil is a part-time worker!) it was announced that further information on the second season of the project will be announced during the event.Dengeki Bunko Winter Festival Online 2021“, Next December 12th.

The information board is led by voice actors Ryota Osaka and Yoko hikasastarring Sadao Maou and Emi Yusa, respectively. The panel is scheduled for December 12th at 8:50 pm (Japanese time).

Hataraku Maou-sama!

Wagahara and 029 published the original light novels through the publisher's label Dengeki Bunko from the publisher Kadokawa between February 2011 and August 2020 with a total of 21 volumes. A manga adaptation by Akio Hiiragi has been published since February 2012. Eventually, the work inspired a thirteen-part anime adaptation produced by the studios. WHITE FOX Headed by Naoto-Hosoda, and published in April 2013. Eight years after it was originally broadcast, production of a second season has been confirmed.

Summary of Hataraku Maou-sama!

The demon lord Satan tries to conquer the world of Duck Isla by annexing its four continents with the help of his generals Alciel, Lucifer, Malacoda and Adramelech. After being confronted by the heroine Emilia and her companions and seeing her generals Malacoda and Adramelech dead, Satan and Alciel escape the world through a portal to the city of Tokyo, Japan. Due to the lack of magic in the new world, both Satan and Alciel change their form to humans. To survive, Satan takes a part-time job at the MgRonald fast food restaurant while Alciel does the housework. One day Satan (who is now called Sadao Maou) meets Emi Yusa, who turns out to be the heroine Emilia.

Source: Official Twitter account

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