Blue Eye Samurai’ Renewed For Season 2 At Netflix

Amidst the initiation of this endeavor, a solemn vow was made to authentically and artistically breathe life into an intimately woven tale set against the backdrop of Edo-period Japan.

Blue Eye Samurai’ Renewed For Season 2 At Netflix

The pronouncement, articulated this Monday by the creators, executive producers, and wedded wordsmiths Amber Noizumi and Michael Green, expressed their profound appreciation for the collective brilliance of animators, historians, musicians, martial practitioners, and the voice ensemble. “Our gratitude extends to the entire cadre and the global audience whose fervor for Mizu and her odyssey of retribution has been nothing short of monumental. Mizu’s narrative, laden with yet unshed blood, persists, and our profound appreciation is directed towards Netflix for enabling this continued expedition.”


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Noizumi and Green, as revealed in a discourse on The Hollywood Reporter’s TV’s Top 5 podcast, had envisaged a tetralogy for Samurai, drawing inspiration, in part, from their progeny. Unveiled on the 3rd of November, the inaugural eight-episode season garnered an unprecedented 100 percent accolade from critics and a 96 percent endorsement from viewers on Rotten Tomatoes. The unfolding drama has swiftly found its place among the paramount selections on critics’ year-end enumerations for 2023.

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The vocal roster features Maya Erskine as the titular Mizu, joined by the likes of George Takei, Masi Oka, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Brenda Song, Darren Barnet, Randall Park, and Kenneth Branagh. Blue Spirit assumes the mantle of the animation atelier steering the show.

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