ProSieben MAXX repeats first "The Promised Neverland" season

ProSieben MAXX repeats first "The Promised Neverland" season

September 23, 2022

A third season of the anime series about the orphans Norman, Emma and Ray is not yet in sight. In Germany, however, it has now become known through an entry in the TV program that ProSieben MAXX will again broadcast the horror mystery anime The Promised Neverland (Jap. Yakusoku no Nebārando ) in October 2022.

The first season of The Promised Neverland   will therefore again be broadcast weekly on Friday evenings at around 11:45 p.m. on ProSieben MAXX from October 7, 2022 . As usual, the respective episodes are available free of charge in the media library for a limited time immediately after the broadcast.

The anime series was broadcast for the first time in July 2021 as a German TV premiere. As of October, The Promised will replace Neverland   the slot where DARLING in the FRANXX was running the week before.

The Promised Neverland is a CloverWorks studio directed by Mamoru Kanbe. The TV broadcast took place from January to March 2019 on Japanese television and ran here in the original language with German subtitles in simulcast on Wakanim . The second season followed between January and March 2021.

For a home video release in German-speaking countries, peppermint anime secured the license for both seasons, which are already commercially available on DVD and Blu-ray .

German OmU teaser:


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This is what The Promised Neverland is about:

Emma, Norman and Ray live in safety at the Grace Field House orphanage. Surrounded by their brothers and sisters, they have thrived under the tender care of "mother", their caregiver. One night, however, they learn the terrifying truth behind their idyllic life and nothing should be the same again! You must now escape… or die!


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