Giri/Haji is the English-Japanese mix series. The series was initially released on BBC2 and later was launched worldwide via Netflix in January this year. The show seemed to shoot in London and Tokyo. Fans are looking forward to the upcoming season with an interesting plot and an inspiring novel style. Well, the release is somewhat the same.
Kenzo Mori (Takehiro Hira), a Tokyo spy, travels to London to find his brother Yuto (Yosuke Kubuzuka), who previously died.
Yuto was accused of killing the nephew of a member of the Yakuza who had threatened to start a guerrilla war in Tokyo.
Kenzo tries to find out if his brother is alive and guilty. While searching for Yuto in London, Kenzo will also have to support his family in Tokyo. The Kenzo investigation revealed dangerous elements in the corruption scandal in London.
Will there be another Giri/Haji season?
Well, nothing has been said about Season Two or the renewal of the show. However, fans want a second round after watching the first round. Additionally, the audience and grades are pointing in the same direction.
The screen works smoothly and does not leave much to be desired. If the screen is refreshed, it may take a completely different view, although there is a possibility for a derivative combination, which includes Rodney’s favourite Taki.
When will the second season be launched?
Whatever the lover’s request, the show has not been renewed, not to mention the release date. If edited, the release date can be set for a sufficient period, taking into account the production interruption due to the lockdown.
If updated, the screen can be turned on in late 2021 or 2022. Any release date earlier than that seems improbable.
Who will be in the second season?
The expected fake team for next season are Yûko Nakamura as Rei, John McCrea as Tiff, Will Sharpe as Rodney, Masahiro Motoki as Fukuhara, Aoi Okuyama as Taki, Macdonald as Sarah Weitzmann, Yōsuke Kubozuka as Yuto Kelly, and Takehiro Hira as Kenzo Mori.
Hero Hira, Kenzo Mori like Yusuki Kabuzoka, Yuto Kelly like McDonald, Maui Donald like Sao Weitz Man, Ii Okuma like Tiki and Masahro Motoki like Fodohra and Tuff as from John Macria, like Yako Nakamura.
There are no records of new people joining the team. However, new faces will likely appear on the screen with a new story. The next season is expected to be filmed in different states with the same characters.