The first season of All Out aired more than a decade ago and since then otakus have eagerly been waiting for a season 2. Here’s everything we know about All Out Season 2.
All Out is an anime series based on a manga written by Shiori Amaze. The manga finished in November 2019, and TSM Entertainment released the first episode of the anime in October 2016. The show ran till August 2017.
The show ran for almost 10 months and gained a lot of popularity. Ever since the release of the last episode, fans have been wondering when they’ll get All Out Season 2.
However, it’s been more than six years, and there’s still no news about the second season of the show.
Will There Be All Out Season 2? Canceled or Renewed
Unfortunately, Madhouse Productions has neither canceled nor renewed the show for another season. Till now, there is no official statement from the creators of the show regarding a second season.
It seems the show is still hanging in the middle. The manga series was concluded in 2019, meaning there is a lot of content left for season 2. So, source material is not a problem.
If we talk about the response of the show, it was somewhat mixed. We believe that is the main reason why the production house is not renewing the show for another season.
The performance of All Out Season 1 was average and it received mixed reviews. So, the chances of getting a new season of the anime series are very slim, but not impossible.
If you look towards Twitter, you will see that the fans of the show are still waiting for another season.
— Welcome to Multi Anime Heaven (@kimata014) September 15, 2020
The Rugby anime was a popular show among fans, and some are still waiting for another season.
— Gaby (@GabyLafara) January 8, 2020
All Out Season 2 Release Date
All Out Season 2 release date has not been confirmed yet. Madhouse productions has not made any official statement regarding the renewal of the show.
The first season concluded in 2016, and till today there is nothing about the next season. In 2019, the manga also came to an end. So, there are chapters left that are not translated into the anime.
Content-wise, we don’t see any issue, as there are a lot of stories left that could be a part of Season 2.
However, looking at the profitability and performance of the show, the chances of getting All Out Season 2 are very less.
All Out Reviews and Ratings
All Out Anime had a total of 25 episodes and the series premiered in 2016. It had somewhat mixed reviews online.
All Out has an audience score of 7.06 on MyAnimeList with a total of 45,323 votes.
However, All Out was the first one to have a story set around Rugby. Some fans deemed the story mediocre, while some loved the concept of the anime series.
— Kamo Raita’s Rugby Shorts (@GynocratInk) April 5, 2020
On IMDB, All Out is rated 6.8 stars with a couple of hundred votes only. Viewers have reviewed the show as a “mediocre anime based on Rugby.” While some viewers loved the show.
Overall, we can see that the anime series received somewhat mixed reviews online and performed on average.
These are some of the few reasons why All Out has not been renewed for another season.
What is All Out About
All Out is an anime based on a Japanese manga series of the same name written by Shiori Amaze. It’s a show based on Rugby sports.
The main protagonist of the show is Kenji Gion, a small, and brash high school student at Kanagawa School. He goes to a Rugby club to watch the game and meets a tall young man, Sumiaki Iwashimizu.
Gion is smaller than most boys at the school. However, when he visits the club, he sees players of all body shapes and sizes participating. He then realizes that yes, height can offer an advantage, but despite his small height and stature, he can excel at Rugby.
Despite refusal from Iwashimizu, Gion enrolls both of them in the Rugby team and they both start practicing for the upcoming national high school rugby championship, Hanazono.
You can watch the trailer of the first season here:
The first season of the anime had 25 episodes, and if the show continues, it will pick up the story from there.
Where to Watch All Out Anime Online
All Out anime is licensed by Crunchyroll. If season 2 comes out, it will also be licensed by Crunchyroll.
If you are a Netflix subscriber, you’ll be happy to know that you can now watch All Out season 1 on Netflix.
However, the show is only available on Netflix in a few regions. As of today, fans in France, Belgium, and Switzerland can watch All Out! on Netflix.
Due to content licensing restrictions, Netflix does not offer the show to stream in all regions. So, how can you watch the show in your country?
To unlock the anime, all you need is a VPN app. Virtual Private Networks are simple tools to help you change your virtual location to any country you want.
To watch All Out on Netflix, you can connect to a server in France and watch the anime series online.
All Out Season 2 Characters
All Out Season has not been confirmed yet, but if the series gets a greenlight from Madhouse Productions, you can expect the following members of the Kanagawa Prefectural High School Rugby Club to make a reappearance.
|Kenji Gion||Shoya Chiba|
|Sumiaki Iwashimizu||Yūto Adachi|
|Mutsumi Hachiōji||Ryōta Ōsaka|
|Takuya Sekizan||Yoshimasa Hosoya|
|Etsugo Ōharano||Kensho Ono|
|Yūsaku Suwa||Daichi Kanbara|
|Shōta Kibi||Katsunori Okai|
|Isao Kifune||Takuma Nagatsuka|
|Kōsuke Marōdo||Keisuke Komoto|
|Tomomichi Takebe||Wataru Takahashi|
|Taichi Ōhie||Tomohito Takatsuka|
|Yutaka Shinshi||Takashi Uezumiya|
|Eiichi Hirota||Shun’ichi Maki|
|Shinnosuke Hyōsu||Kazuki Nakao|
|Hirokuni Kasuga||Daiki Hamano|
|Kōichirō Kashima||Hiromichi Tezuka|
|Raita Kamō||Masayuki Shoji|
|Yoshiki Hirano||Daiki Kobayashi|
|Susumu Kitamachi||Yūsuke Ōta|
So far there is no news about the renewal of the anime for All Out Season 2. Madhouse Productions has not made any official statement regarding another season of the show.
There are still manga volumes left that have not yet been translated into anime. However, looking at the stats and performance of the first season, it doesn’t seem like the show will return for another season.
So stay tuned for more information and updates on season 2.