Anime has a long history of delving into different interpretations of the underworld, and the Yakuza has been a central part of a number of different series throughout the years. In 2018, the first volume of the manga adaptation of The Way of the House Husband was released, telling the tale of a former crime lord known as the “Immortal Dragon” who has given up his nefarious ways and is now spending his time keeping his house in order. Tatsu is gearing up for a massive return in 2022, just in time for the premiere of season two of the anime adaption on Netflix.
There are plenty of tales to draw from when developing a second season since Kousuke Oono is still releasing new chapters of the insanely funny manga series. Both a live-action TV series and a live-action film based on The Way of the House Husband premiered in Japan earlier this year, attesting to the series’ enduring appeal among Japanese audiences.
The Way of the Househusband Season 2 Confirmed For 2023
The Way of the Househusband’s renewal for a second season and the January 2023 premiere date were both announced during Netflix’s recent TUDUM promotional event. Fans of the popular anime series will be pleased to hear of the renewal, but they won’t be shocked to see the program return to the streaming giant given the show’s worldwide appeal and the ease with which new episodes can be produced.
The manga from which the anime is adapted is, thankfully, still being written and drawn; so far, ten complete Tankobon volumes have been released in Japan. This indicates that, if the show’s current release schedule holds, not only may a second season be made, but a third could follow shortly after. The counterargument is that there is a global audience for the series and that the reviews have been enthusiastic enough to justify further episodes. The Way of the Househusband has received positive reviews from critics and is now ranked at 7.3/10 on IMDB and 83% on Rotten Tomatoes.
In the end, The Way of the Househusband’s structure encouraged fans to believe in the show’s potential for a second season. Production won’t be extremely time-consuming (in comparison to usual anime seasons) or taxing on the studio’s resources since each episode will be broken down into smaller episodes/arcs. As of yet, we don’t know how many episodes will be in The Way of the Househusband season 2, nor do we have a concrete premiere date.
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Netflix’s House Husband
The Way of the House Husband’s second season will return to Netflix on January 1, 2019, according to the service’s official Twitter account: The first season of The Way of the House Husband is now available to Watch on Netflix, and this is how the streaming service describes the show.
“No one would have guessed that the most infamous criminal of his day would one day settle down to a quiet life as a househusband. The famed “Immortal Dragon” Tatsu, widely known for his frequent clashes against other gangs, has mysteriously disappeared, perhaps giving up the ways of the yakuza. Tatsu, meanwhile, is presently ensconced in an apartment with his wife and attempting to lead a quiet, unnoticed existence.
Tatsu has put on his apron and is working hard to become a good housekeeper. As a result, to the astonishment of his former employees and opponents alike, he has learned the necessary abilities, from preparing the most delectable meals to ensuring that he gets the greatest discounts at supermarkets and everything in between. Tatsu has had a quite problematic history, but his current lifestyle will only get more out of the ordinary.
Since the medium’s earliest days, anime has explored various versions of the criminal underworld, with the Yakuza often playing a pivotal role. The first volume of the manga adaptation of The Way of the Home Husband was out in 2018, portraying the story of a former crime lord known as the “Immortal Dragon” who has given up his nefarious ways and is now spending his time keeping his house in order.
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