Mushoku Tenei protagonist Rudeus Greyrat’s voice actress announced that the upcoming episode will be the last time she will be voicing Rudeus. That means we will be getting a new voice actor for Rudy, and we have some guesses about who will voice our pervy MC next.
Mushoku Tensei anime Season 1 will end with this week’s episode, with the premiere of episode 23, or episode 12 of the 2nd cour of the series. The voice actress of Rudues, Yumi Uchiyama posted an update on Twitter that she will be leaving the series after the next episode.
“Thank you to everyone who watched the episode. I have been absent-minded for a while after watching this episode. The next time is finally the last one. I would be grateful if you could keep an eye on me until the end” She wrote
Who will voice Rudy next?
There is a possibility that in the next episode, we will get a 2 year time skip. Rudy will have grown up a lot in two years. There is a chance that Teenage Rudy will be voiced by Hiro Shimono, as he voiced Rudy in the CD release of volume 12 of a light novel series. However, the final decision is in the hands of the Mushoku Tensei production committee. Hiro Shimono is a hugely verstalie voice actor, known for voicing “Zenitsu (Demon Slayer), Dabi (My Hero Academia), Connie (Attack on Titan), and many more.
Rudeus grown up voice narrator will remain the same. Tomokazu Sugita voices Rudy’s grown up voice. He is also known for voicing Gintoki in Gintama anime series.
Is Mushoku Tensei Season 2 Announced?
Mushoku Tensei season 2 has not been announced yet. However, this is nothing to worry about. As it has been already confirmed that Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation is going to be a long running series, all thanks to studio Bind which has solely formed to animate this isekai series. There is also an OVA planned featuring solo adventure of Eris Greyrat, and the director also said if there is enough demand from fans, the series could an anime film.
Is Mushoku Tensei available on Netflix and Crunchyroll?
Unfortunately, Mushoku Tensei isn’t available on either Netflix or Crunchyroll. Funimation has the rights of streaming this series in America, Europe and Australia, while South Asian anime fans can watch the series for free on YouTube via Muse Asia channel.