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Crunchyroll confirmed on Tuesday that it will continue streaming the Nanbaka anime into its second season with no breaks, and with the same schedule in January. Crunchyroll also confirmed the second season will have 12 episodes.
Unlike the first 13-episode season which is now airing on Japanese television until December, the second season will run weekly on digital services in Japan, starting with the d Anime Store (Docomo Anime Store) on January 4. The first episode of the new season, episode 14, will also be available on the anime’s official website for free.
The anime’s website presented a main visual for the second season:
Funimation describes the series:
Welcome to Nanba, the world’s largest, most impenetrable prison. Locked away in cell block 13 are four inmates who provide more than enough trouble for Officer Hajime. Between attempted breakouts, gambling, and general misbehaving, these four believe that just because they’re in prison doesn’t mean they can’t have fun! Follow the hijinks of Jyugo, Uno, Rock, and Nico as they pass time behind bars.
Nanbaka premiered in Japan on October 4, and Crunchyroll is streaming the series as it airs with English subtitles. The anime adapts Shō Futamata’s Nanbaka manga, which Crunchyroll is also offering online. Funimation is dubbing the anime as it airs in Japan.