“Tokyo Vice” Season 2 Gets Air Date and Two New Faces in Hit Series Max Whose Highly Anticipated Return

LOS ANGELES: Season 1 of “Tokyo Vice” exceeded all expectations, and let’s face it, they were pretty high to begin with. So the news that season 2 has finally got its release date and full cast list is welcome. Season 2 picks up where Season 1 left off with Ansel Elgort’s Jake finding himself drawn deeper into the Tokyo underworld, putting him and everything he holds dear in mortal danger.

Ken Watanabe and Ansel Elgort seen here in a photo from season 2 of
Ken Watanabe and Ansel Elgort seen here in a photo from “Tokyo Vice” season 2. (Photo credit: James Lisle/Max)

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When is “Tokyo Vice” season 2 released?

Max has set the release date for February 8, 2024

How many episodes does “Tokyo Vice” season 2 have?

The second season will consist of 10 episodes, two of which will air on February 8 and the rest will be released one by one in weekly installments.

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Are all the cast members from season 1 returning?

Yes they are. Season 2 will see Ansel Elgort, Ken Watanabe, Rinko Kikuchi, Rachel Keller, Show Kasamatsu and Ayumi Ito all reprise their roles.

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Are there any new cast members for season 2?

Indeed, and we are very excited about the names. Here’s a little more about them:

Yosuke Kubozuka
Yosuke Kubozuka seen here in a photo from Season 2 of
Yosuke Kubozuka seen here in a photo from “Tokyo Vice” season 2. (Photo credit: James Lisle/Max)

When Yosuke first appeared in the television series “GTO: Great Teacher Onizuka” in 1998, it was pretty obvious that he was going to become a star. Roles in hits such as “Lipstick,” “Omiai Kekkon,” and “Ikebukuro West Gate Park” soon followed. But it was his role as Saeki Tetsuya in “Strawberry on the Shortcake” that made him a household name in Japan. He also starred in popular and acclaimed films like Martin Scorsese’s ‘Silence’, ‘Helter Skelter’ and ‘Himizu’. Savvy Western audiences will know him from the surprisingly good detective series, “Giri/Haji,” which also stars Takehiro Hira and Kelly Macdonald.

Miki Maya
Miki Maya seen here in a photo from season 2 of
Miki Maya seen here in a photo from “Tokyo Vice” season 2. (Photo credit: James Lisle/Max)

Miki, born in Hiroshima, is a real star in Japan, having cut her teeth in the 2000 television series “Ai wo kudasai”. She then cemented her well-deserved reputation as an accomplished talented professional in the television series “Kaze no Haruka”, in which she played Yuko Kanzaki. She followed that up with many notable roles, including Saya Izumi in “Downtown Rocket” and Sakura Tsukumo in “Sakura no Oyakodon.”

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