As weird as your life may feel, it’s nothing compared to the chaos of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure. That’s always been the case, but it’s especially true now that a new chapter of the Stone Ocean saga is about to drop.
An adaptation of the manga of the same name from Hirohiko Araki, the anime focuses on the wild adventures of the Joestar family across generations. This series has covered everything from the 19th century to modern times. And this time around, we’re going back to 2011 to break out of a Florida prison. Consider this your guide to when you can expect new episodes of this cult hit.
When Does Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean Premiere on Netflix?
Prepare to start off the new month with a whopping dose of anime. The next installment in Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure will be available on Netflix starting Thursday, September 1.
What Time Will Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean Be on Netflix?
If you’re a connoisseur of Netflix shows, you already know the drill. All episodes of Stone Ocean‘s second installment will be available to stream on Thursday, September 1 starting at 3/2c a.m. If you don’t see the new episodes appear right away, don’t worry. Refresh your Netflix browser or app, and they should be there.
How Many Episodes Are in Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean?
Altogether, there will be 12 episodes in this new batch. They will include Episodes 13 through 24.
How Did the First Part of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean End?
Set in the United States, this chapter follows Jolyne Cujoh, a woman who is sentenced to 15 years in prison after being framed for murder. While serving her time in the Green Dolphin Street Prison, Jolyne has to figure out who her enemies and allies are while also finding out who framed her. Oh, there’s also a pendant from her father that awakens mysterious powers inside her because that’s how the Joestar family rolls.
The first part of Stone Ocean ended with Jolyne meeting the nefarious Father Enrico Pucci for the first time. After nearly dying, Jolyne reclaimed the DISC of the father, Jotaro Kujo. Fingers crossed that move will lead to Jotaro waking up from his coma.
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