Beloved action series confirms return to Netflix after three years off screens – but fans have a big complaint | The Sun

NETFLIX has teased fans with a sneak peek clip for the return of its award-winning video game adaptation Arcane.

During it's Geeked Week, the streamer dropped a very quick date announcement trailer that confirmed that the League of Legends spin-off series will be released in 2024.

The animated series, which was created by the streamer and Riot Games, won many Emmys, including the Outstanding Animated Program in 2022.

The series topped the streamer’s chart in 52 countries and was Netflix’s highest-rated series.

On Thursday, Netflix released a short trailer for season 2 of its hit League of Legends series Arcane. 

The 15-second clip was posted on X(Twitter), with some eager fans reacting to it by expressing their disappointment at waiting another year for season 2 to be dropped. 

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One person replied: “November 2024? Damn, that’s too far.”

Another added: “We all just have to survive another year.”

A third wished: “Can it be next year already?”

A fourth echoed: “Yeah, too longggggggg.”

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A fifth followed it with: “Do y’all expect me to survive a whole year just for y’all to release one ep at a time.”

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Other show fans were relieved and couldn’t contain their excitement at the date release of the upcoming season, as one penned: “Thank god I’ve been having withdrawal symptoms from arcane season 1.”

A second said: “Can't wait for Arcane 2.”

A third wrote: “Wow, Arcane… best anime ever.”

Arcane season 1 was directed by Pascal Charrue and Arnaud Delord and based on the Riot Games sensation. 

The opening theme tune was performed by Imagine Dragons and JID, with Alexander Temple and Alex Seaver as composers.

Season 1 of the video game adaptation was met with critical acclaim and won nine Annie Awards, including for Best General Audience Animated Television Broadcast Production.

Hailee Steinfeld and Ella Purnell will return as sisters Vi and Jinx, while Katie Leung reprises her role as Caitlyn Kiramman.

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Arcane Season 2 will be created and produced by Linke alongside Marc Merrill, Brandon Beck, Jane Chung and Thomas Vu.

All episodes of Arcane Season 1 are available to stream on Netflix.

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