The Devil Is A Part-Timer! Season 2 anime has picked up the pace and is going faster than ever. Now then, let’s move on to the main topic, here is everything you need to know about The Devil Is A Part-Timer Season 2 Episode 6 Release Date and Spoilers.
The Devil Is A Part-Timer Season 2 Summary:
‘The Devil Is a Part-Timer’ is a romantic comedy supernatural anime about Demon Lord Satan. He makes several ambitious attempts to conquer the land of Ente Isla. . Eventually, his loyal generals perish. However, Hero Emilia ruins all his efforts. Satan himself manages to find a portal that leads him to modern-day Japan.
In the modern contemporary world, his magical powers are useless. As a result, he is forced to take a job at fast food restaurant named MgRonald’s and adjust to his new lifestyle. Unfortunately, his past continues to follow him. His comrades, as well as enemies from Ente Isla, arrive in modern Japan one after another.
The Devil Is A Part-Timer Season 2 Episode 5 Recap
Aras Ramus joined forces with the holy sword wielded by Emilia after the conflict. Simultaneously, construction is taking place at Satan’s workplace. Hence, the Magronald’s store in Hatagaya Ekimae will be closed until the middle of August.
Mao finally makes it back to the castle and he is still feeling down about the character “closed”. The landlord tells him that the apartment will be temporarily vacated because of some repairs that need to be done. The landlord asked Maoku and the other tenants who lacked an alternative place to live that they can move into and assist with the management of his niece’s beach house in Choshi.
The Devil Is A Part-Timer Season 2 Episode 6 Release Date
The release date for the popular anime series The Devil Is A Part-Timer! Season 2 is on Thursday, August 18. The episode will air at 11:30 PM (Japanese standard timing). The release time for the anime in different time zone is as follows:
- Pacific time: 7:30 (18th August 2022)
- Central time: 9:30 (18th August 2022)
- Eastern time: 10:30 (18th August 2022)
- British time: 15:30 (18th August 2022)
- Indian time: 20:00 (18th August 2022)
- European time: 16:30 (18th August 2022)
- Australian time: 1:00 (19th August 2022)
- Philippines time: 22:30 (18th August 2022)