'Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove it' Anime's 2nd Season Reveals April 2022 Debut, 2 More Cast Members (Updated)
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The "9th Anitama Matsuri" live-streaming event on Saturday revealed that the second television anime season based on Alifred Yamamoto's Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove it (Rikei ga Koi ni Ochita no de Shōmei Shite Mita) manga will premiere in April 2022. The event also revealed a promotional video and a new visual. The anime's second season is titled Rikei ga Koi ni Ochita no de Shōmei Shite Mita. r=1-sinθ.
The first season premiered in Japan on Amazon Prime Video with all 12 episodes in January 2020. The show also aired on TV in Japan. Crunchyroll streamed the show as it aired and also streamed an English dub.
Toru Kitahata (Haganai NEXT, Hinako Note) directed the anime at Zero-G, with Kenta Onishi as assistant director, and Kouichirou Natsume as chief production supervisor. Rintarou Ikeda (Magical Sempai) supervised the scripts, and wrote them alongside Michiko Yokote (Shirobako, The Magnificent KOTOBUKI). Yūsuke Isouchi (One Piece) was the character designer and chief animation director. hisakuni, Shouichiro Hirata, Kaoru Ōtsuka, Shūhei Takahashi, Takuma Sogi, and Yūko Takahashi all composed the music.
The manga centers on Ayame Himuro and Shinya Yukimura, two scientists who are in love with each other. They want to prove that their love can be scientifically proven, quantified, and expressed factually.
The manga launched on G-mode's Comic Meteor website in 2016. A live-action television series of the manga premiered in September 2018 and aired for four episodes. A live-action film opened in February 2019.
Update: Added promo video and better quality visual. Source: Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove it anime's Twitter account
Source: 9th Anitama Matsuri livestream
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