Edens Zero Season 2: Review, Release on Netflix – The New Season has landed!

Hiro Mashima wrapped up the Fairy Tail manga in 2017 and subsequently released Edens Zero which began publication in 2018. Serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine, there are 15 volumes of the manga that are currently published, Fairy Tail had a five-year run that ended in 2016 and exited with a huge fan base. That said, fans were of the idea that Mashima will be writing a series that would continue Fairy Tail as a spin-off or a sequel/ Edens Zero departs from those ideas in building a space fantasy with new characters but a common thread – A cat named Happy!

Edens Zero Season 1 Netflix Trailer

The plot of the series revolves around a Shiki Granbell and his voyage aboard a spaceship in search of the Cosmic Goddess, ‘Mother’. In the Sakura Cosmos on the planet of Granbell, Shiki comes across Rebecca Bluegarden a mechanical cat named Happy. With his inherited ship called Eden Zero, the three set out on a voyage to search for the Mother. The series has a rating of 7/10 on IMDb and 6.8/10 on My Anime List.

Edens Zero Release Date

The anime is produced by Studio J.C and aired in Spring 2021 with 13 episodes. The anime from the author of Fairy Tail and produced by JC Staff broadcasted its Episode 1 in Japan from 11 April 2021. The last season of Season 1 aired on June 27 2021 but there’s a catch. The first season of Eden’s Zero is a split cour release. A split cour essentially means that the season will be divided into parts with 10-13 episodes in each part. The official end of Season with Episode 25 is set for September 2021 in Japan.

Netflix has announced the premiere date for its global audience. Hiro Mashima’s EDENS ZERO anime has been added to its catalog. It has booked a slot in the Summer Anime calendar on 26 August 2021. Netflix is likely to drop in Season 1 in two batches.

Read on to find when you can watch ‘Edens Zero‘ in your region on Netflix in English dubs!

What is Edens Zero anime release time on Netflix?

The anime premiered its Episode 1 in Japan on April 11th and continues to air at 12:55 AM JST every Sunday. Currently, the 20 episodes have been broadcasted and fans are waiting for the 21st. In total there are 25 episodes planned for Season 1.

However, it cannot be confirmed as of now whether Netflix will stream all the 25 episodes. It is speculated that Netflix will make a split cour out of the currently running season. It will release 12 or 13 episodes on August 26th marking them under ‘Season 1’.

Pacific Standard time – 12:00 AM PST Thursday, August 26th, 2021 (America)


Central Standard time – 2:00 AM CST Thursday, August 26th, 2021 (America)


Eastern Standard time – 3:00 AM EST Thursday, August 26th, 2021 (America)


British Time- 8:00 AM GMT Thursday, August 26th, 2021 (UK)


Central European Time- 9:00 AM CET Thursday, August 26th, 2021 (Europe)


Australia Time- 4:30 PM ADHT Thursday, August 26th, 2021 (Australia)


India Time- 12:30 PM IST Thursday, August 26th, 2021 (India)


If the second cour is titled Season 2 for the global audience with the Netflix release, the Japanese audience will still be receiving a Season 2 for the release post the second cour. While there has been no news of renewal yet, the viewership for the show has amounted to quite a following. The earliest chances of renewal however seem to be 2022.

The official YouTube channel “EDENS ZERO Channel” of the TV anime “EDENS ZERO” has also been kicked off. Not to be overlooked, the opening will cast Mikako Komatsu in the role of Rebecca and Shiki Aoki playing the role of Homura. They will relate the inside story as well as the initial “closing greeting”.

Announcements for the English Dub of Eden Zero are yet to be made. All updates about Season 2 and Dubs will be added as soon as announcements are made!

Stay tuned for more updates on your favourite anime. Let us know what you’re currently watching and don’t forget to check out the releases lined up for Summer 2021!

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