Recording of Ragnarok is a huge hit on Netflix, and we have great news for fans of Recording of Ragnarok Season 2!
There are more episodes of Recording of Ragnarok comes to Netflix very soon. The first half of the season premiered on January 26, 2023. Well, actually it’s more than just the first half of the season. Netflix released 10 episodes of the second season of Record of Ragnarok in the first month of the year.
Recording of Ragnarok is based on a Japanese manga of the same name by Shinya Umemura and Takumi Fukui.
The rest of Recording of Ragnarok Season 2 is coming soon. We have shared everything we know so far Recording of Ragnarok Season 2 part 2.
Recording the release date and time of Ragnarok season 2 part 2
Recording of Rangarok Season 2 Part 2 will be released on Netflix on Wednesday July 12, 2023. New episodes of Netflix shows almost always appear at 12:00 p.m. PT. You can watch Record of Ragnarok Season 2 Part 2 on July 12 at 12:00 p.m. PT/3:00 p.m. ET.
If you live in Japan, you can watch Recording of Ragnarok just after 5:00 p.m. JST on Wednesday, July 12.
We will continue to provide release updates as they are announced.
How many episodes are in Record of Ragnarok Season 2 Part 2?
There are only five episodes in Record of Ragnarok Season 2 Part 2, which is five fewer episodes than Part 1. We’re not sure why Netflix is splitting the season up with 10 episodes in January and only five episodes in July , but that’s how it is. It’s happening right now.
The second season of Ragnarok consists of a total of 15 episodes.
Record of Ragnarok season 2 part 2 trailer
Watch the official trailer of Record of Ragnarok Season 2 Part 2!
Ragnarok season 2 part 2 cast record
We shared the cast of Recording of Ragnarok below, via Netflix:
- Miyuki Sawashiro and Laura Post as Brunhilde
- Tomoyo Kurosawa and Anairis Quinones as Göll
- Tomokazu Seki and Kaiji Tang as Lu Bu
- Hikaru Midorikawa and Jalen K. Cassell as Thor
- Junichi Suwabe as Hermes
- Yukihiro Nozuyama and Kellen Goff as Heimdall
- Hinata Tadokoro and Tim Friedlander as Ares
- Taisuke Nakano and Jason Palmer as Huginn
- Tomohiro Yamaguchi and Ben Pronsky as Muninn
- Tatsuhisa Suzuki and Ben Diskin as Shiva
- Rie Tanaka and Reba Buhr as Aphrodite
- Yoshitsugu Matsuoka and Ryan Colt Levy as Loki
- Sho Hayami as Odin
- Wataru Takagi and Chris Edgerly as Zeus
- Soma Saito and Jonah Scott as Adam
- Kazuhiro Yamaji as Kojiro Sasaki
- Takahiro Sakurai and Bumper Robinson as Poseidon
- James Mathis III as narrator
- Akihiro Tajima and Keone Young as Guan Yu
- Michael Benyaer as Agni
- Daiki Hamano and Stephen Fu as Chen Gong
- Donald Li as Zhang Fei
- Satoru Ito and Paul Castro Jr. as Forseti
- Yu Kobayashi and Mela Lee as Hrist
- Maaz Ali as Buddah
Will Ragnarok season 3 be recorded?
As of July 2023, we don’t know yet if Recording of Ragnarok Season 2 Part 2 will be the final episode of the series. Based on the anime’s popularity and the fact that it’s a Netflix original, we’re assuming Recording of Ragnarok Season 3 will take place on Netflix. It’s just a matter of timing, but we’re still awaiting official confirmation from Netflix.
Obviously there is much more to the story! They will not consolidate all 18 manga volumes into 27 episodes.
Where to watch Record of Ragnarok?
The first two seasons of Recording of Ragnarok are currently streaming on Netflix. I assume they will stay there forever or until Netflix loses the rights. We’re not privy to the license agreements, but since then Recording of Ragnarok Since this is a Netflix original series, it will be available to stream on Netflix for a long time to come.
How many episodes of Record of Ragnarok are there so far?
There are currently 22 episodes of Recording of Ragnarok available to stream on Netflix. The first season, released on Netflix on September 8, 2021, had 12 episodes. Fans had to wait a long time for this Recording of Ragnarok Season 2 premiered on Netflix in January 2023. There were 10 episodes in the first half of the season. As already mentioned, there are five episodes Recording of Ragnarok Season 2 part 2.
How is Record of Ragnarok rated?
Recording of Ragnarok is rated TV-MA according to Netflix, so it’s up to parents whether they want their kids to watch or not. TV-MA is not normally considered suitable for children.
Is the Record of Ragnarok manga over?
NO! Even after 18 volumes Recording of Ragnarok continues! The new volume will be released in Japan on July 20, 2023.
Unfortunately, the US versions are a bit behind. To date, only six of the volumes have been published in the United States. The next volume release is scheduled for July 18, 2023 and relates to Vol. 7.
- Published on 06/07/2023 at 23:48
- Last updated on 06/07/2023 at 23:48