The light novel series by Rifujin Na Magonote with the same name inspired the Isekai fantasy anime ‘Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation,’ also known as ‘Mushoku Tensei: Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu. The protagonist is a hopeless hikikomori who finally does something brave after a lifetime of being a coward, only to die tragically in a car accident.
One day, out of the blue, he awakens to find himself reincarnated as Rudeus Greyrat in another timeline, complete with all of his prior knowledge and experience. In an effort to escape the shadow of his terrible past, the protagonist rapidly develops his magical abilities thanks to his developed intellect.
Accusations of misogyny have been leveled at the Isekai series with increasing intensity in recent weeks and months. The show’s popularity increased when Magonote addressed the issue. Ratings have remained high, suggesting that readers have accepted the novelist’s stance on the issue.
Jobless Reincarnation Season 3 Release Date
Studio Bind has unveiled a brand new poster and trailer for Season 3 of Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation, confirming the show’s return in 2023. The quest of Rudeus to find and return to his loved ones will proceed.
TV anime "Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation" Seasons 2 & 3 are currently in production. #無職転生 pic.twitter.com/bowepaEtaJ
— Sugoi LITE (@SugoiLITE) May 5, 2021
Popular manga leakers Sugio LITE had previously revealed the second season was in production. This was verified to be true when Egg Firm or Bind announced the anime would return for a second season.
Fans of Jobless Reincarnation who are looking for a third season will be disappointed to learn that the forthcoming season will really be the show’s second installment. Fans want Season 3 even though Season 2 does not exist.
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Jobless Reincarnation Season 3 Plot
A 34-year-old Japanese guy, whose identity has not been revealed, was unemployed and had not completed high school. After the loss of his parents, he was forced to leave his house and find shelter elsewhere. On the highway, he makes the decision to perform one more act of kindness by preventing a group of kids from being run over by a fast truck.
He frees one of them but ultimately sacrifices himself. When he comes to, he’s in the body of a newborn. Realizing that he has been reborn into a world of swords and sorcery, he finds that his former intelligence and memories have been preserved. He accepts his new persona as Rudeus Greyrat and abandons his former self.
The plot follows Rudeus as he develops his magical abilities and strives to avert a disaster that threatens his new home. Currently, there has been no airing of the anime’s second season. Therefore, it is completely impossible to foretell the storyline of the upcoming third season. If Season 3 does happen, fans will get to see more of Rudeus as he deals with new problems.
Jobless Reincarnation Season 3 Cast
Without knowing for sure if there will be a third season of Mushoku Tensei, it would be premature to speculate on who might return for that installment. Given that we already know the program will have a mostly set cast for season three if it ever arrives, we don’t expect too many changes to the overall format of the show.
Many of the main characters from the first two seasons have already confirmed their return for the third. Actors such as Kayano Ai, who played Sylvie, Daisuke Namikawa, who portrayed Ruijerd in the film, Yuki Asahi, who portrayed Rudues, Kakuma Ai, who portrayed Eris in the anime, and Tsuda Kenjirou, who portrayed Orsted, all contributed to the production.
Jobless Reincarnation Season 3: Where To Watch?
If you’ve been keeping up with our coverage of Mushoku Tensei Season 3, you’ve probably already drawn the conclusion that there is no trailer for the upcoming third season. This is because it is currently unknown whether or not the program will return for a third season, and so a trailer for the upcoming season may never be produced.
But based on what we know at this time, such an outcome seems highly unlikely. After everything we’ve covered, it seems quite improbable that Mushoku Tensei will see a trailer this year. Even if a second season is confirmed in 2022 or 2023, we probably won’t see a trailer until late 2023 at the earliest.
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Jobless Reincarnation Season 3 Teaser
As was to be expected, there is currently no method to broadcast season three of Mushoku Tensei. Both Crunchyroll and Funimation, the two largest online anime distributors, streamed the first two seasons globally, so it’s likely that they would also stream the third season, should it ever be produced.