Tokyo Trial Season 2 Release Date, Cast, Story, And Many More!

Do you like miniseries that deal with real-life war? Well, you must have come across one of the big series of all time that is famous under the name Tokyo Trial. It can barely be referred to as a four-part series that deals with the real-life story of the historical event of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East, which is also known as the Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal, that set up to try the eminent leaders, politicians that includes Prime Ministers, foreign ministers and military commanders of the country of Japan for executed a conflict against China and also for the crimes that dealt with war, during the Second World War. The very first season was based on all these certain things and we hope that a sequel would come back as season 2.

Tokyo Trial Season 2 Release Date

Tokyo Trial Season 2 Release Date

The first season of Tokyo Trial was on the air from December 12th, 2016, and continued till 15th December of the same month. It has been more than five years since the release of the first season but still, we don’t have any specific official announcement of the release date of the second season. Yet we can expect the sequel or continuation of this series soon.

Tokyo Trial Season 1 Release DateDecember 12, 2016
Tokyo Trial Season 2 Release DateNot Announced
Tokyo Trial Season 2 Release Date


Tokyo Trial Season 2 Story

The story revolves around the two-and-a-half-year long trial, which supposedly began in April in the year of 1946, consisting of 11 judges all over the globe, appointed by General Douglas MacArthur, the then Supreme Commander of the Allied Powers. Out of these eleven judges, nine were who belonged to the nations that signed the Instrument of Surrender and one significant judge was from India namely Radhabinod Pal who was a judge at the Calcutta high court as well a member of the United Nations’ International Law Commission.

The trial was kind of successful yet five out of those 11 judges released separate opinions outside the courtroom that included disagreement with several issues like criticizing a few points of the majority judgment or questioning the process of proceeding with the judgment, which ended up creating great chaos. And eventually, the storyline gets some high rises and some low downs with twists and turns induced in it, the season one thus ends with anticipation in the heart of all the fans who therefore have been waiting with all the patience they have to get the second season of it that would continue the story till it relates to the modern world.

Tokyo Trial Season 2 Cast

Tokyo Trial Season 2 Release Date

The cast list of the initial season of this series is undoubtedly an absolute legendary example consisting of prominent names from entertainment industries throughout the globe.

Tim Ahern was depicted as Major General Myron C. Cramer from the United States of America,Paul Freeman was seen as The Honorable Lord William D. Patrick from the Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Serge Hazanaviciuswas seen giving face to as Henri Bernard as a representative of the French Republic, Marcel Hensema was casted as Professor Bert V.A. Röling of the Kingdom of Netherlands, Jonathan Hyde as President Sir William Webb who was found representing the Commonwealth of Australia, Irrfan Khan was found portraying Radhabinod Pal and being the voice of British India, Stephen McHattie starred as Edward Stuart McDougall Represented the Dominion of Canada, David Tse as Mei Ju-ao was the face of Republic of China,Julian Wadham was seen to be Sir Erima H. Northcroft representing New Zealand,Bert Matias was found in the coats of Delfín Jaranilla who was colonel and former Supreme Court Associate Justice of the Philippine Commonwealth, Kestutis Stasys Jakstas was seen to be justicing the character of Major General I.M. Zaryanov hence represented the Soviet Union, whereas William Hope was found as John P. Higgins who Represented the United States of America.

Moreover, the work of Stacy Keach, Michael Ironside, Hadewych Minis, and Shinya Tsukamoto deserves a huge round of applause. But unfortunately, we have lost a few of them and thus we would possibly see new faces in the much anticipated second season.

Tokyo Trial Season 2 Trailer

No official trailer has been published by FATT Productions and Don Carmody Television, but we can expect some sneak peeks a few days ahead of the grand premiere.

Where To Watch Tokyo Trial Season 2?

The second season is supposed to follow the footsteps of the father season and would come to us holding hands with NHK in Japan only but the OTT platform of Netflix globally.