“Platinum End” is a dark supernatural fantasy inspired by the Japanese manga with the same title composed by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. The story is centered around Mirai Kakehashi, a typical teenager who lost his parents at a young age and has to be confined to his abusers for many several years.
A lack of motivation and despair eventually led him to commit suicide. However, he is suddenly protected by an angel, who gives him supernatural powers. Then, he is forced to fight 12 other people in a death and life contest to be the next God of the universe. Prior to its release, “Platinum End” generated a lot of attention because of the acclaim of manga authors.
The show failed to live up to expectations and was heavily criticized by critics due to its lack of character development and slow pacing. However, it already had some decent fans when the first season ended. Many fans now question whether the show will be returning in the future with a different installment. We’ve got you covered if you’re wondering about the same.
Platinum End Season 2 Release Date
The first season of ‘Platinum End’ was released on October 8, 2021. It ended its season a couple of days later, in March 2022. The show consists of 24 episodes with a duration of between 21 and 25 minutes.
In terms of its future renewal is related, we do not have much good news for people who love the show. Signal.MD and other companies associated with their distribution and production of the show have not yet commented on the possibility of returning “Platinum End. The possibilities of the show returning are low.
The show has drained Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata’s manga series, and there’s no more to be covered for the creators right now. In addition, the manga ended in January 2021. Therefore, there will be no additional volumes shortly to draw as inspiration. The possibility of creators coming up with original storylines is not to be a possibility.
The most important reason is the immense popularity of ‘Death Note, the manga written by Tsugumi Ohba and her creators; they never produced another season. Therefore, once the original material has been exhausted, even ratings and popularity do not motivate the people who are who were involved in the creation of the show to develop new plots. In the case of “Platinum End’, the subpar ratings and a weak global fanbase are other factors that hinder the show’s return.
If we look at the last episode of the first season, the likelihood of the show’s return diminishes even more. Mirai and Saki find happiness, even though they do not attain the status of gods. The couple eventually gets engaged and opens a flower shop, fulfilling their dreams of a happy future.
In the meantime, Shuuji Nakaumi, a competent candidate who opposed a whole nonsense competition, was chosen to be the God of the future. The final episode is the final attack on the possibility of the return of the show. Thus, taking all the above factors into account, it’s sensible to conclude that “Platinum End season 2 is not going to be made.