Horimiya Season 2 is the talk of the town, and fans are wondering whether or not there will be a season 2 of Horimiya. Several theories revolve around whether or not there will be a renewal of the series.
We will share all the information we have regarding Season 2 of Horimiya.
Hiroki Adachi’s Hori-san to Miyamura-Kun is a Japanese web manga series written and illustrated under the pen name Hero. From February 2007 to December 2011, it was self-published in four-panel format on Hero’s website, Dokkai Ahen. Square Enix published the series in print from October 2008 to December 2011, compiling the chapters in ten volumes under its Gangan Comics imprint. Hori-san to Miyamura-Kun Omake collected additional side-story branches.
Under Hero’s supervision, Daisuke Hagiwara adapted the manga under Horimiya. It was serialized in Monthly G Fantasy from October 2011 to March 2021 and was published in English by Yen Press. CloverWorks’ Horimiya anime television series aired from January to April 2021. In February 2021, a live-action and TV drama adaptation will debut.
Horimiya most likely will not have a season two because the manga is over, and the aired one-season anime has adapted the entire manga in its storyline. There are no additional side stories that could be turned into an OVA or ONA, let alone a full season.
However, given that no confirmation has been given regarding the cancellation of the series, there might still be hope for its renewal. It may be some new spinoff or release of additional manga material.
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Since there has been no confirmation or even talks of renewal of the show, it’s tough to know what the second season will entail. There is no manga background to turn to as well.
However, we can give you the series theme to anticipate what the next season will be about.
Kyko Hori is a popular and outgoing girl in her second year of high school at Katagiri. Her parents are frequently absent from home due to her job, so she lovingly cares for her younger brother, Sta. By chance, the latter is rescued after a fall by Izumi Miyamura, Kyko’s classmate, who everyone shuns due to his otaku appearance and shy and solitary personality. Kyko does not recognize her partner because he appears as an attractive boy outside of school, freely sporting piercings and tattoos, a legacy of a difficult childhood.
Spending more time together, the two manage to show each other sides of their personalities that the others are unaware of, initially becoming friends and then blossoming into an unusual and passionate relationship. The progression of his love life enables Izumi to gain confidence in himself and make friends with his classmates, who also deal with various love troubles.
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Portrayed by: Akira Onodera (live-action film and TV drama)
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Voiced by: Shōya Chiba (Japanese); Kiba Walker (English)
Voiced by: Hisako Kanemoto(Japanese); Emi Lo (English)
Trailer for Horimiya Season 2
There is no trailer available for Horimiya Season 2, and since there is unlikely to be a second season, there will be no trailer. A trailer is entirely unnecessary because there is nothing to announce.
I hope we have provided you with all the info regarding Horimiya Season 2. Stay tuned for more!