Coronavirus outbreak is causing a lot of fan conventions to be postponed indefinitely or even get canceled. Biggies such as Anime Japan 2020 and Anime Boston 2020 have already been canceled. The virus outbreak has also affected release schedules of anime and manga.
The latest to join the list of postponed anime is No Guns Life’s second cour. The anime was scheduled to premiere on TBS on April 9. However, it has been delayed until further notice due to COVID 19 concerns.
4/9から放送予定のTVアニメ『ノー・ガンズ・ライフ』第2期ですが、新型コロナウイルスの感染拡大の影響を受け、放送及び配信を延期させて頂くことになりました。— TVアニメ「ノー・ガンズ・ライフ」公式 (@noguns_anime) April 7, 2020
The TV anime “No Guns Life” is scheduled to be broadcast from April 9th, but due to the spread of the new coronavirus, broadcasting and distribution have been postponed. The new start date will be announced on HP and Twitter as soon as it is decided. We will send it from “Episode 1” with the postponement.English Translation
The following notice was put up on their website:
“This time, “No Guns Life” is scheduled to be broadcast from April 9 this spring, the second term (Episode 13). Due to the spread of the new coronavirus “COVID-19”, broadcasting and distribution have been postponed. I will let you do it.
Humbly, thank you for your understanding.
The new start date will be announced on the website and Twitter as soon as the broadcast schedule is determined.
In addition, due to the postponement of the broadcast schedule, we will send it from the first episode of “No Guns Life” from April 9th, ‘Runaway Extender’.”
Instead of the second cour, the first cour of No Guns Life will air in the same time block. Other anime suffering this fate include OreGairu Season Three, Fate/Stay Night: Heaven’s Feel III, Princess Principal Crown Handler Chapter One and various dubs from Crunchyroll.
The new schedule for the third season of OreGairu will be updated as soon as it is available on their website.
About No Guns Life
No Guns Life is a 2019 TV anime series based on the manga series of the same, directed by Itou Naoyuki, Madhouse Studios. The original manga series was done by Tasuku Karasuma and has been published in Shueisha’s seinen manga magazine Ultra Jump since August 2014. The TV series licensed by Funimation was first aired on October 10, 2019, and went on air every Thursday.