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The Promised Neverland: Season 2 – Review/ Summary (with Spoilers)The Promised Neverland: Season 2 is a proverbial sophomore slump compared to season 1 as it presents no credible threats or reasons to get invested.
The Promised Neverland: Season 2 [Finale]/ Episode 11 – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)It seems to be the end of not just the season, but potentially the Promised Neverland series.
The Promised Neverland: Season 2/ Episode 10 – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)The time has come! Members of Grace Field, and the other plants, will either escape the demon world or potentially die trying.
The Promised Neverland: Season 2/ Episode 9 – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)As Mujika is tasked with saving her people, we learn whether or not Norman’s peers will stop the genocide and what is to come next.
The Promised Neverland: Season 2/ Episode 8 – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)As we're given a clue as to what happened in Lambda, Emma and Ray desperately search for Sonju and Mujika, with time running out.
The Promised Neverland: Season 2/ Episode 7 – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)Desperate to not see the genocide of demons, Emma makes a deal with Norman but, will he be able to keep it up, considering it isn't his sole decision?
The Promised Neverland: Season 2/ Episode 6 – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)Norman's return comes with minimal explanation on how he survived but does present a plan that could save humans in the demon world.
The Promised Neverland: Season 2/ Episode 5 – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)Nearly a year has passed since Emma and Ray escaped the farm and almost 6 months since the bunker – let's see how they are surviving despite all they've been through.
The Promised Neverland: Season 2/ Episode 4 – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)Just as a plan begins to come together and everything seems to finally have calmed down, one of the worst betrayals imaginable happens.
The Promised Neverland: Season 2/ Episode 3 – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)Things have been going rather well for Emma and everyone else. However, it seems the good times might be coming to an end.
The Promised Neverland: Season 2/ Episode 2 – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)Are there truly demons who don't eat and are social with humans? Can they reveal a means to escape? Mujika and Sonju stir up so many questions.
The Promised Neverland: Season 2/ Episode 1 – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)The Promised Neverland returns and gets right into the story – no recap, no chill period, just demons chasing down our heroes.
The Promised Neverland: Season 1, Episode 12 "150146" - Recap, Review (with Spoilers)While learning how and if Emma, Ray, and the others escaped you'd think would be the high point, it is actually an emotional sendoff to someone else.
The Promised Neverland: Season 1, Episode 11 "140146" - Recap, Review (with Spoilers)The kids finally escape but as for how, with who, and how they deal with Isabella, you may not have guessed it.
The Promised Neverland: Season 1, Episode 10 "130146" - Recap, Review (with Spoilers)Is there any chance Norman won’t end up having his brain eaten by a demon in the year 2045? Time to find out.
The Promised Neverland: Season 1, Episode 9 "031145" - Recap, Review (with Spoilers)More and more there is a need to question what the kids of the farm can do, and Norman discovers yet another obstacle.
The Promised Neverland: Season 1, Episode 8 "021145" - Recap, Review (with Spoilers)Let’s hope the kids prepped for the worst case scenario considering the events of this episode.
The Promised Neverland: Season 1, Episode 7 "011145" - Recap, Review (with Spoilers)A ton of information about the way the world works is dropped by Sister Krone, but is this all just to throw off the kids or genuine help?
The Promised Neverland: Season 1, Episode 6 "311045" - Recap, Review (with Spoilers)A major complication throws everyone’s escape plans into a loop but, the complication could end up becoming a major solution.
The Promised Neverland: Season 1, Episode 5 "301045" - Recap, Review (with Spoilers)The traitor revealed in the last episode explains their relationship with Isabella and complicates things for Norman.
The Promised Neverland - Recap/ Review (with Spoilers) | Season 1/ Episode 4 "291045"Norman sets when everyone is going to leave, and that causes them to scramble over who might be the traitor and why.
The Promised Neverland: Season 1/ Episode 3 "181045" - Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)As Sister Krone reveals her intentions at the farm, it becomes clear that Emma, Ray, and Norman may not all get what they want if they plan to escape.
The Promised Neverland: Season 1/ Episode 2 "131045" - Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)With the truth discovered, Emma and Norman scramble to figure a way for not only them to escape, but the 35 others.
The Promised Neverland: Season 1/ Episode 1 "121045" [Series Premiere] - Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)The Promised Neverland balances out childhood innocence with the type of creepiness which puts you a tad on edge.

General Information

Network(s) Crunchyroll, Hulu
Created or Developed By Kaiu Shirai
First Aired 1/9/2018


A group of kids discovers the world they live in was created to breed them to be eaten by demons. Thus leading to plans being made to break out and search for humanity.

Groups & Organizations

  • The Retri Clan (2.11): The gatekeepers of the door which separate the human and demon world, who sold out their fellow humans to become farmed food in order to hold a lofty position in demon society.

Notable Locations & Items

  • Grace Field (Season 1): The farm Emma, Ray, and the rest escaped from.
    • How Many Farms In Total (2.10): There are 5
    • How Many Kids At Each Plant (2.10): Each farm has around 40 kids
  • Lambda (2.6): A testing site that Norman was sent to
    • The Lambda Project (2.9): The goal of the Lambda project was to develop drugs to make high-grade children rather than play the luck of the draw, and intense education, as is done at the farms.

Other Noteworthy Information

  • Year (2.2): It’s 2046 on Earth
  • The Agreement (2.2): It is said, by Sonju, 1000 years ago, to end the war between them, humans and demons came to a compromise which led to some of humanity being left behind in order to feed demons and allow for two segregated worlds.
  • Time Jump (2.4): It’s 1/23/2047
  • Date (2.8): 1/29/2047
  • Shipping Age (2.9): Usually, the youngest someone is shipped out is at the age of 6.

Ise Mariya Plays Ray

Ray (Ise Mariya) looking a bit aloof.
Ray (Ise Mariya)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 1 “121045”

Ray is one of the three oldest kids, all 11, who also is one of the smartest. His gift is mostly in thinking logically, and this leads him to not be as active or social as Emma and Norman. However, when it comes to escaping the farm, it is realized he is a necessary member to get it done.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series

  • Ray has an issue of being quick to make decisions, but just as quickly abandoning them.
  • Ray is revealed to have been working with Isabella for 6 years, and that is how long he has known the truth and prepared to escape. Also, he setup Emma and Norman to learn the truth.

Morohoshi Sumire Plays Emma

Emma (Moroshoshi Sumire) looking slightly shocked.
Emma (Moroshoshi Sumire)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 1 “121045”

The sunny persona that is Emma is the oldest girl at the farm and probably the most loving person amongst all the kids. She is also the most significant complication when it comes to escaping for she wants all 38 kids, including herself, Ray, and Norman to escape.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series

  • Emma’s weakness is that she is naive

Quotes & Gifs

Freedom is so beautiful, yet so cruel.
— Emma

Uchida Maaya Plays Norman

Norman (Uchida Maaya) looking dead in the face.
Norman (Uchida Maaya)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 1 “121045”

Norman is a mix of the fun-loving persona Emma has with the intelligence that Ray exudes. Making him the balancer of the two and often the mediator. He is also, due to a crush on Emma, the sole thing holding Emma’s plans together and coercing Ray to play ball with what Emma wants.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series

  • As a child, Norman was a bit physically feeble so he isn’t the strongest of the older kids.

Ari Ozawa Plays Conny

Conny (Ari Ozawa) before she leaves to be "adopted."
Conny (Ari Ozawa)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 1 “121045”

Conny was one of the younger members of the farm, and also of average intelligence. Ultimately, she is the reason everyone discovers the truth about what the farm is after Emma and Norman discover the truth.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series


Kaida Yuuko Plays Isabella

Isabella looking sinister.
Isabella (Kaida Yuuko)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 1 “121045”

Isabella is known to the kids as their mom, caretaker, and later part of the process of them being harvested. It isn’t clear whether she is human or some of the kids’ biological mother, but it is clear she is working for what appear to be demons.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series

  • Isabella can track the kids using what appears to be a pocket watch.
  • She is the youngest, and most successful mom and caretaker of all the farms. Her method to her success is more so focusing on making profit than following rules.
  • Once daily, around 8PM, she checks in with HQ about the progress of the children.

Fujita Nao Plays Sister Krone

Sister Krone being introduced by Isabella.
Sister Krone (Fujita Nao)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 2 “131045”

Sister Krone is brought on board after Isabella discovers some of the kids, she isn’t sure who just yet, have learned the truth. So, to keep them from escaping, she has a second person to keep an eye on them.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series

  • Sister Krone is jealous of Isabella and wishes to replace her as mom and tries to use the kids to give her leverage, Gilda being one of them, but that fails.


Lynn Plays Gilda

Gilda (Lynn) looking worriedly at Emma, Norman, and Ray
Gilda (Lynn)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 4 “291045”

Gilda is one of Emma’s friends, outside of Ray and Norman, and was very suspicious about what was going on before she knew the truth. But, now with her being included, things are better between them.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series


Ueki Shin`ei Plays Don

Don (Ueki Shin 'ei) reacting to what happened to Conny.
Don (Ueki Shin ‘ei)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 4 “291045”

Don had a really hard time accepting Isabella, momma, was a bad person. However, mentions of Conny have been a driving force behind him working with Ray, Norman, and Emma. But, with them not taking Conny’s rescue seriously, since he is led to believe she might be alive, he acts reckless.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series

Mami Koyama As Grandma

Grandma's (Mami Koyama) menacing face.
Grandma (Mami Koyama)

Character Introduction

First Noted In Season 1, Episode 8 “021145”

Grandma is the manager of each farms mom and seems to be as cold blooded as Isabella. Who, from what it appears, was one of her children when Grandma was a farm mother.

Additional Information About Grandma

Sonju (Kamio Shin’ichirou)

Sonju standing with blade in hand.

A tale demon who more so goes out than Mujika, and is the reason Ray is alive.

Additional Information

Quotes & Gifs

Mujika (Tanezaki Atsumi)

Mujika (Tanezaki Atsumi) talking to Ray
Mujika (Tanezaki Atsumi)

A demon, like Sonju, who does eat meat, but doesn’t eat humans, thus getting the both of them branded heretics.

Additional Information

  • Introduced In Season 2, Episode 1
  • Magical Blood (2.7): Mujika’s blood allows demons to not require human brains to maintain their humanoid form.

Quotes & Gifs

William Minerva (Yasuyuki Kase)

James Ratri is William Minerva’s real name and he formerly was affiliated with the farms. However, in time he found the association unbearable and so he started creating books to assist kids in possibly escaping. In time his actions were discovered, and he was pursued as a traitor.

Additional Information

Quotes & Gifs

Cislo (Yoshiki Nakajima)

Cislo being introduced

Additional Information

Quotes & Gifs

Barbara (Chika Anzai)

Barbara eating demon meat

Additional Information

Quotes & Gifs

Vincent (Hidenori Takahashi)

Vincent being introduced

Additional Information

Quotes & Gifs

Peter Ratri (Yoshimasa Hosoya)

Peter Ratri introducing himself

One of the scientists at the Lambda research facility and is the gatekeeper to the human world.

Additional Information

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Vylk (Ueda Toshiya)

Vylk (Ueda Toshiya) smiling
Vylk (Ueda Toshiya)

An older demon who, like many, have benefitted from Mujika’s blood.

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