Arcane: League of Legends Season 2 Confirmed by Netflix

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Riot Games and Netflix have officially announced that the League of Legends animated series Arcane has been renewed for a second season. The news comes just shortly after Act 3 (the show's final 3 episodes) was released on Netflix this weekend.

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While they haven't revealed many details regarding Arcane Season 2, it has been confirmed that Ella Purntell's Jinx, Hailee Steinfield's Vi,and Katie Leung's Caitlyn Kiramman will all reprise their roles for the sequel. The short teaser that confirmed Season 2 featured their voices as part of the announcement.

Considering the overwhelmingly positive reception from fans and critics for Arcane Season 1 since its premiere on November 6, 2021, it's not surprising that the show set in the world of Riot Games' popular MOBA game has been renewed for Season 2.

Just like the first season, Riot Games will be producing Arcane Season 2 with Fortiche Productions returning for its animation. Arcane was created by by Alex Yee and Christian Linke, and Linke will serve as executive producer alongside Marc Merrill, Brandon Beck, Jane Chung, and Thomas.

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"We're beyond happy about the positive response to Arcane's first season and are working hard with the creative wizards at Riot and Fortiche to deliver our second installment," said Arcane co-creators Alex Yee and Christian Linke in a statement.

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Arcane recently topped Netflix's charts, and it currently ranks #7 for the top TV shows on the streaming platform globally, according to Flixpatrol. All nine episodes for Arcane Season 1 are now available to stream on Netflix. You can read more details about Arcane Season 1 here.