Connoisseurs of romantic comedies and harem enthusiasts, we have some surprising news to share!
Girlfriend, Girlfriend season 2 is announced and this release came via the official Twitter handle of the anime.
Also, Hiroyuki displays an illustration via the Twitter account to celebrate the recent announcement of Girlfriend, Girlfriend Season 2.
We can see the four main vibrant heroines in different outfits, with cheerful expressions plastered over their faces.
The release date has not been set yet, but more details can be seen in the foreseeable future. This is one of the most popular romantic comedies available to watch, and many fans express their joy at this news via social media.
Hiroyuki is the writer and illustrator behind this series featuring a polygamous relationship. The manga began serializing in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine on March 4th, 2020, and the anime premiered on July 3rd, 2021. To date, the series has had 12 tankobon volumes compiled.
Tezuka Productions is the studio in charge of animation, with Satoshi Kuwabara serving as the director on board. Keiichiro Ochi was the writer, and the music was composed under the expert guidance of Miki Sakurai, Tatsuhiko Saiki, and Sayaka Aoki. Akiko Toyoda attended to the character designs. As for the themes songs, Necry Talkie performs the opening theme, “Fuzaketenai Ze” whereas Momo Asakura is the voice behind “Pinky Hook” which is the ending song.
The producers linked with the first season were Hiroyuki Aoi, Kentaro Hattori, Masahiro Hibi, Souichirou Naitou, Sumio Udagawa, and Shintaro Yoshitake. Girlfriend, Girlfriend season 1 is available on the Crunchyroll platform beyond the Asian continent, and Muse Asia streamed it via its official Youtube channel.
The story follows Naoya Mukai as he gets into a relationship with Saki Saki, his childhood buddy. After Nagisa Minase confesses to Naoya, the man decides to pursue them both. The three start to live in the same house as Naoya. Rika Hoshizaki, the busty vlogger, and the pompous Shino Kiryu also find themselves as love interests who enter this love triangle. The series focuses on Naoya’s school life and his many adventures with girlfriends.
- Junya Enoki (Japanese VA) and Kevin D. Thelwell (English VA) as Naoya Mukai
- Ayana Taketasu (PV), Ayane Sakura (Japanese VA), and Brittany Lauda (English VA) as Saki Saki
- Ayane Sakura (PV), Azumi Waki (Japanese VA), and Madeleine Morris (English VA) as Nagisa Minase
- Ayane Taketasu (Japanese VA) and Megan Shipman (English VA) as Rika Hoshizaki
- Rie Takahashi (Japanese VA) and Elizabeth Maxwell (English VA) as Shino Kiryu
- Tomokazu Seki (Japanese VA) as Mr. Hoshizaki
So tell us, how do you feel about this show? Are you happy that season 2 got green-lit? Which other romantic comedies do you think deserve another season? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
Sources: Official Website