The Promised Neverland Season 2: The worst anime of this era in Japan?

The Promised Neverland conquered the Japanese public with the story of the manga, and such was its reception that they ended up taking it to anime.

The first season left everyone satisfied and excited to see how the story would continue, but all illusions fell from the first episode.

The second season of The Promised Neverland almost completely ignored the written version and gave us a disappointing product that is already considered the worst of the current era.

The Japanese blog Yaraon revealed in a post that this anime is already considered the worst of the Reiwa era of Japan, which began in May 2019.

This statement was made based on the reviews and scores obtained by the stars or points the work has across various streaming platforms.

To give you an idea, My Anime List only gave it 5.73 points out of 10 possible, while on Amazon Prime it got 1.9 out of 5 total.

Rating The Promised Neverland

There are several reasons why this anime has failed in such a way, but the main one is that the anime took too many creative liberties that deviated from the original work.

Not satisfied with this, they changed some events that the fans considered crucial for the story.

Taking all of this into account, a third season doesn’t seem like a good option, as the modifications made by the The Promised Neverland anime would be very difficult to fix.

The last word on the future of this work on television will remain with the fans and the studio, but it seems clear that consumers are not willing to accept this new direction.

If you want to know the true story of The Promised Neverland, it is best to read the manga written by Kaiu Shirai and illustrated by Posuka Demizu, since we can assure you that it is much better than the animated version.

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