This is a live article and it will be updated as new details come our way. This is what we know so far about Bloodivores Season 2.
Bloodivores is an adaptation of the Chinese webcomic "Time Prisoners," penned and illustrated by Bai Xiao. The transition from webcomic to anime saw a Chinese-Japanese collaboration, with Chen Ye directing and Emon producing. The animation studios Creators in Pack and Namu Animation brought the series to life, though they are relatively lesser-known in the anime community. Their most notable works include 'Love is Like a Cocktail' and 'Hitori no Shita – The Outcast'.
Bloodivores has not yet been renewed for Season 2 yet. The show's poor performance on MyAnimeList spells trouble for the future of the show.
Fans have been left hanging since the first season, which aired from October 1 to December 17, 2016, concluded with a massive cliffhanger. This has led to widespread speculation and hope for a second season. However, there's been no official word from the creators or studios about a sequel. The first season's lackluster performance, marked by a low rating on MyAnimeList and negative feedback, seems to be a major obstacle.
Despite the silence from the creators, there's ample source material available for a new season, especially since the first season ended mid-arc. But the adaptation's poor reception casts a shadow of doubt over the likelihood of a season renewal.
"Bloodivores" takes us 60 years back when a bizarre insomnia epidemic led to the creation of vampires through a medical mishap. The protagonist, Mi Liu, born of a human and vampire, finds himself embroiled in a conflict that transcends species boundaries. Arrested for a bank robbery, Mi Liu's journey in a vampire-monitoring prison unfolds mysteries related to vampires and their origin in "Blue Town." This narrative backbone of "Bloodivores" sets the stage for an intriguing blend of action and mystery.
While fans remain hopeful for a continuation, the reality of "Bloodivores" Season 2 seems bleak. The adaptation's initial reception and the silence from the creators suggest that a sequel might not be in the cards. However, the rich storyline and the unresolved cliffhanger leave a window of possibility open for the return of this unique anime. Only time will tell if "Bloodivores" will rise from the shadows to claim its spot in the anime world.