Arte, adapted from Kei Ohkubo’s manga series to the anime series, met with the audience with its first season in recent months. Announced by the Japanese broadcasting company Tokuma Shoten in July 2019 and broadcast from April 4 to June 20, the anime series managed to win the audience’s appreciation. The series was originally published on Tokyo MX, BS Fuji, and ytv. The new season details of the Funimation licensed series, which was translated into English and met with Hulu’s audience, are curious. Has it been renewed for season 2? What will the season 2 plotline be, and when will it air?
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Plot of the anime and what do we expect from season 2?
The story of the series takes place in Florence in the 16th century during the most lively periods of the renaissance. Arte is a young and beautiful lady who is fond of art and is doing her best to rise from civilization. However, after his father’s death, things don’t go the way Arte wanted. Arte is shaken by the death of him and his father, the strongest supporter of his art. Arte now has to marry a nobleman and live as a housewife. Arte, a powerful girl, decides to look for an art master in the streets instead of this road.
Nobody believes in Arte, who is excluded in this world because she is a woman. Until a famous master named Leo accepted him as his student. A difficult path awaits Arte, who tries to master the art and has to earn money to live.
The last time we watched the anime, Arte returned to Florence and met his master again. As Leo advises her about his ambitions, Arte searched for a bigger boss.
During this time, she begins to read and evolve to find a greater master. Veronica also advises him to leave Arte and find a new master.
Arte receives a call from Rome, and this is a really unusual offer. Irene is a successful Spanish aristocrat and linked to the Cardinal, and Arte can paint a portrait of a Princess. How will she respond to this great offer and shape its future? We hope to see the answer to this question in season 2.
When will Arte season 2 air?
Update on December 5, 2020: At the time of writing, the Arte anime is not yet renewed for a second season.
- Manga and anime adaptation comparison has been added to the post.
Seven Arcs, the Japanese anime production company responsible for producing the series, has not yet shared any information about the production of the second season of the series. The manga of the series is not ready yet. A period of at least one year is needed for all preparations to be completed.
While there is no official statement about the series’ release date, all predictions point to the end of 2021. For viewers who want to watch with an English dub, our estimates point to the beginning of 2022.
As an official statement comes, we will inform you from here again.
Arte, or Arute as it is known in Japan, is a TV adaptation of the manga written by Kei Ohkubo. The manga series, which started broadcasting on October 25, 2013, is still ongoing today. The manga’s continuation increases the possibilities of the next season because the manga is the anime’s primary source material.
Thirteen volumes have been released for the manga so far, and the 14th volume will be released on January 20, 2021. The original manga is published in Monthly Comic Zenon magazine. Media Do, an English Publisher, translated some of the manga into English.
Arte’s anime covers 37 chapters of the manga. This is in the middle of the eighth volume. The lack of source material for the second season of the series will disappear with the first episode to be aired in 2021.
Is there a Trailer for 2nd season of Arte?
No visual preparation has yet been made for the second season of the series. Therefore, it does not seem possible to see a trailer at this stage. However, we will keep track of the news for you and update it as it becomes available.
Anime Official Trailer (First Season)
Arte season 2 characters
We do not expect a radical change in the characters of the series in season 2. However, according to the course of the anime, we will see new characters in the series, it is not clear yet.
Junya Enoki as Angelo
Mao Ichimichi as Catarina
Mikako Komatsu as Arte
Katsuya Konishi as Leo
Kôsuke Toriumi as Yuri
Sayaka Ôhara as Veronica