The Daily Life of the Immortal King

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The Daily Life of the Immortal King
Slice Of Life
Based onXian Wang de Richang Shenghuo by Kuxuan
Written byKuxuan (枯玄)
Directed byLi Haoling (李豪凌)
Country of originChina
Original languageMandarin Chinese
No. of seasons4
No. of episodes51
AnimatorsHaoliners Animation League (Season 1),
Pb Animation Co. Ltd (Season 2 - 3),
Liyu Culture (Season 4)
Production companybilibili
Original release
Release18 January 2020 (2020-01-18) –
25 February 2024 (2024-02-25)

The Daily Life of the Immortal King (Chinese: 仙王的日常生活, pinyin: Xiān Wáng de Rìcháng Shēnghuó) is a Chinese novel by Kuxuan. This novel is published by Qidian[1] in Chinese and Webnovel in English.[2] It began daily serialization in 2017. As of 1 October 2023, the novel has 2237 chapters, 2173 chapters of which have been translated into English.

A donghua web series adaptation premiered on its video sharing service Bilibili on 18 January 2020, with its most recent season releasing its final episode on 25 February 2024.


  • Sun Lulu as Wang Ling
  • Qian Chen as Sun Rong



The donghua was released on Bilibili on 18 January 2020.[3] It is adapted from a novel that was first released on webnovel, with the same name and it had over a thousand chapters. Netflix is also streaming the first season beginning 30 June 2021.[4] The Donghua was renewed for a second season set to premiere in the spring of 2021. An announcement with a trailer was published on the Bilibili website and YouTube.[5][6] It began on 30 October 2021 and streamed on Funimation till 8 January 2022. On 20 July 2022, Crunchyroll announced an English dub of the first season. The first episode of the third season was released on 29 September 2022 with the second on 1 October.

Season 1[edit]

As a cultivation genius who has achieved a new realm every two years since he was a year old, Wang Ling is a near-invincible existence with prowess far beyond his control. But now that he's sixteen, he faces his greatest battle yet – Senior High School. With one challenge after another popping up, his plans for a low-key high school life seem further and further away...

Season 2[edit]

When the shadow assassin had been dealt with and Wang Ling's plan to live a normal life might work, a new global threat appears and he is the only one able to save the world.

Season 3[edit]

After the second demon invasion has been dealt with. A new family appears, Kyuumiya family, an exorcist group. This season revolves around the exorcist family's attempt to obtain demons and use them to control the world.

Season 4[edit]

To be able to see the true Heaven, Monks utilize all available resources to achieve the Three Thousand Paths to Heaven. In search of one of the Three Thousand Paths to Heaven, "High Level Swordsmanship", modern swordsman Yi Jianchuan and his younger brother, Evil Sword God Chen Nanxuan, went in different directions. Wang Ling was concerned with which heavenly path to follow today to have a tranquil daily life, while the rest of the world was concerned with how to maintain the heavenly path.


  1. ^ "仙王的日常生活 - Qidian" (in Chinese). Retrieved 1 January 2017.
  2. ^ The Daily Life of the Immortal King by Kuxuan. Retrieved 7 February 2018.
  3. ^ "仙王的日常生活 - bilibili" (in Chinese). Retrieved 31 December 2020.
  4. ^ "The Daily Life of the Immortal King currently scheduled to stream June 30 on Netflix". Retrieved 3 June 2021.
  5. ^ "The Daily Life of the Immortal King Season2 - MadeByBilibili Spring 2021 - Join to Support Latest". YouTube. 2 April 2021. Retrieved 2 April 2021.
  6. ^ Beg, Mirza Aaqib (5 July 2021). "The Daily Life Of The Immortal King Season 2 Release Date on Netflix". The Cinemaholic. Retrieved 7 July 2021.

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