Fans of the popular anime hit series, "Demon Slayer,” are on a field day speculating the teaser announcement on July 13 that might be connected to the anime's second season debut date. There’s a high chance it will be about the next journey of Tanjiro and the gang as Aniplex unveiled new material this weekend at Anime Expo.

Season 2 will pick up on the aftermath of “Mugen Train” in Yoshiwara red-light district where demon activities run rampant. Enter, the Entertainment District, where the video explains as "awash in vanity and desire of men and women. A town of the night swirling with love and hate."

Tengen will be taking a major role and will be joined by Tanjiro, Zenitsu, and Inosuke as they investigate high demon activity in the Red Light District. Gyutaro and Daki of the Twelve Kizuki are eventually embroiled in a battle with the protagonists.

What’s more, Nezuko might have her demon marks shown soon, while Tanjiro will unravel his Demon Slayer Mark.

The storyline for Demon Slayer Season 2 has yet to be revealed, but readers of the manga know how this Entertainment District Arc goes. Will the plot reveal itself during the announcement? Fans can only hope!

According to CBR, the Entertainment District Arc, comprised of 30 chapters, is one of the best story arcs made by mangaka Koyoharu Gotoge.

Ufotable Studios, the animation studio behind Season 1 and Mugen Train, will be back for the second season. The anime's first season is accessible to watch on Netflix, Hulu, and Funimation, but the movie is only available on Funimation.

Until now, there’s no exact date when season two will come out in Crunchyroll. All fans know that it will premiere later this year.

Currently, “Mugen Train” is still premiering in other regions, topping movie releases by the counts.

"Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba" is a Japanese anime series, based on the manga written and illustrated by Gotoge. The story follows the protagonist, Tanjiro Kamado, in becoming a demon slayer after his family was slaughtered by demons, while his sister, Nezuko, is turned into one.

Kimetsu no Yaiba Entertainment District Arc Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Season 2 returns in 2021 Theatrical release poster / Ufotable, Inc.