“Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It” is a romantic comedy anime that met with the audience in the first months of 2020. The anime is an adaptation of the manga of the same name written by the Japanese manga writer Alfred Yamamoto. The anime, licensed by Crunchyroll, was created by the Zero-G studio. The studio is also known for the warming anime series “My Roommate is a Cat“. The series originally aired weekly on Tokyo MX, BS11, RNC, GTV, GYT, MBS, CTC channels as of January 10, 2020. The series, which has 13 episodes, made the season finale on March 13, 2020. Now fans are excited about a second season. So, is the series already renewed for a second season? When will it air?
Yukimura Shinya and Himuro Ayame are two scientists who fall in love with each other and investigate whether scientific theories can solve the formula of love. With this perfect opportunity, will they be able to figure out the formula for the emotions they express to each other?
A different and interesting romantic comedy anime. Combining a romance between young scientists who think about everything scientifically with comedy created a different anime. If we think of other cliché romantic comedies, the fact that it has science in its content really made this anime quite different and brought it to the fore in this respect.
Although they kissed in the finale, they could not confess their love for each other, so although the result is obvious, the two characters’ dishonesty about their feelings is one of the questions left unanswered for the second season. We’re going to watch the love between Yukimura Shinya and Himuro Ayame in a different way in season two.
Will there be a second season of the anime?
The series will certainly have a second season. According to Crunchyroll’s statement and the Official Twitter account of the anime team; The anime has been renewed for a second season. In a statement made on October 17, 2020, it was confirmed that the second season of the series is in production. Crunchyroll confirmed this good news on the official website.
When is the second season Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It?
In the first new season statement, the broadcast date was not given; although the exact release date still remained unanswered, it was announced on the official website that the new season would not be broadcast this year. According to the tweet from the official account, the second season of the anime will air in 2022. Considering the production time, we can expect the new season of the anime in early 2022. Along with the announcement of the new season date, the trailer was also debuted. Currently, the anime crew is on the hunt for the second season title.
Manga Status of the series
As we mentioned before, the series is an anime adaptation of the manga written by Alfred Yamamoto. The manga series, which started broadcasting in Comic Meteor in 2016, consists of 8 volumes in total. The anime covers three volumes of the manga as a collar. It’s hard to see the third season for now. The series can make a final after the second season, or we can wait for the manga to provide enough source material for a long time.
The other details about the series
TV drama, A 4-episode live-action drama adaptation aired from September 1 to September 22, 2018. Masatsugu Asahi directs the drama.
The live-action film, A live-action film adaptation premiered on February 1, 2019. Masatsugu Asahi and Toshihiro Sato direct the film.
The most popular production of the series is anime. The anime’s popularity score is 68.6%, according to our metrics. You can check the popularity scores of other anime series and new season release dates in our anime category.
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