My Wife is the Student Council President Season 2's 1st Promo Streamed
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Ichijinsha began streaming the first promotional video on Sunday for Okusama ga Seitokaichō! +! (pronounced "plus"), the second season of the television anime of Yumi Nakata's My Wife is the Student Council President (Okusama ga Seitokaichō!) manga. The anime is slated to premiere on October 2 at 10:30 p.m. on AT-X before also airing on TV Saitama, tvk, KBS Kyoto, and Sun TV. Each episode will be 10 minutes long.
The anime's official website also added a new key visual.
Several online services including Niconico, Bandai Channel, U-NEXT, and Video Market will begin streaming the series on October 13.
Rekka Katakiri will return to perform the opening theme song "Kira Kira☆Explorer." The characters Ui Wakana (voiced by Ayana Taketatsu), Rin Misumi (Minami Tsuda), and Honoka Saijō (Sora Tokui) will perform three separate versions of the ending theme song "Koi ni Matsuwaru Et Cetera."
In May, the anime's official website unveiled the new season's title and new visual (pictured below). The visual features the new character Honoka Saijō (leftmost in image), the head of the photography club.
The "erotic comedy" manga follows a student council vice-president who is betrothed to the student president Ui Wakana as his wife.
The first season premiered last July with 12 episodes. Crunchyroll streamed the anime as it aired in Japan in both censored and uncensored versions. Media Blasters licensed the series, and will release the series with an English dub on Blu-ray Disc, DVD, and on Crunchyroll later this year.
Nakata (Chu-Bra!!) launched the series in Monthly Comic Rex magazine, after drawing an earlier Okusama wa Seito Kaichō manga for Jitsugyo no Nihon Sha, Ltd. Ichijinsha released the 10th compiled volume on August 3. The ninth compiled book volume of the ongoing manga shipped in January with an unaired anime episode on DVD. Some of the new characters who will appear in the second season also appear in this unaired episode.
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