Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation
Original Network(s)Funimation/ Hulu/ Crunchyroll
Created ByRifujin na Magonote
Based OnJobless Reincarnation: Giving His Best When Transferred to Another World
First AiredJanuary 11, 2021
Executive Produced ByTo Be Determined
Showrunner(s)To Be Determined
Genre(s)Action, Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Romance, Young Adult, Animation, Non-English (Japanese)
Renewal StatusRenewed For Season 3

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A 34-year-old NEET who lived an unremarkable life in our world is kicked out of his home after his parents’ death with no skills that could make him capable of living independently. He has crippling social anxiety and doesn’t appear even to have friends when he sacrifices himself to save kids he doesn’t know.

Luckily for him, his death is quick and painless, as is his reincarnation into Rudy—a child born into a fantasy world where there is magic, demons, Gods, and more. To boot, he has not only magical abilities but also all the memories of his past life—but this by no means makes his life any easier as he brings some of his trauma, struggles, and perverted nature into his new life.

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Rudy's Family in a dream

Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation: Season 2 – Review

In its second season, “Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation” dials down a bit on the action, replacing it with diving deeper into Rudy’s efforts to not repeat the mistakes of his past life.