Netflix Confirms Pacific Rim: The Black Season 2 as Anime Spin-off Final Season

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Pacific Rim: The Black Season 2 is officially happening! Netflix and Legendary Television have announced that the anime series is returning for a second and final season. To hype up the show's return, the first poster and images from the animated spin-off have been revealed!

The first poster for Pacific Rim: The Black Season 2 was shared by Netflix and it puts the focus on Taylor and Hayley Travis. The stills from the second and final season also show the siblings in action and Atlas Destroyer fighting alongside bOy. The young Kaiju Boy is also shown in what appears to be his first encounter with the Sisters of the Kaiju.

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The official synopsis for Pacific Rim: The Black Season 2 is as follows:

"In the epic series conclusion of Pacific Rim: The Black (S2), the journey is far from over. Our brave siblings Taylor and Hayley still hope to reach the safety of Sydney aboard Atlas Destroyer, the scaled-down training Jaeger left behind when Australia was evacuated. With teenage assassin Mei and the mysterious human/kaiju hybrid bOy joining Taylor and Hayley, this makeshift family must cross a dangerous territory controlled by the bloodthirsty cult Sisters of the Kaiju.

"These zealots, led by the enigmatic High Priestess, are convinced that bOy is their long-awaited Messiah and will stop at nothing to indoctrinate him into their dark circle – something Hayley would sacrifice everything to prevent."

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Pacific Rim: The Black Season 2 will bring back Calum Worthy as Travis, Gideon Adlon as Hayley, Erica Lindbeck as Loa, Ben Diskin as bOy, and Victoria Grace as Mei. The series was created by Craig Kyle (Thor: Ragnarok) and Greg Johnson (X-Men: Evolution) and is being produced by Legendary Television with Polygon Pictures.

Pacific Rim: The Black Season 2 will premiere on Netflix on April 19, 2022.

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