Love sure is one of the most complex emotions that humans know, but the anime Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It complicates it even more through mathematical equations.
We love this weird rom-com anime, but sometimes it can be hard on those fans whose worst nightmare is mathematics.
You do not want to miss out on this weird combination of nerdy scientists in love who work towards proving their feelings as mathematical equations.
After blessing us with a sensational kiss between the protagonists Yukimura and Himuro, the anime is back with another season of comedy, romance, and lots of chaos.
Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It anime revealed a new PV for its upcoming season 2 titled ‘r=1-sinθ’ premiering in April 2022.
It starts with the iconic kiss that happened at the end of season 1 and moves on to Himuro’s colleagues asking her about the progress of their experiment.
Himuro replies that the love experiment results will take time due to the recent hindrances and unexpected circumstances from last season.
Simultaneously, the PV introduces two new peculiar characters indicating that the experiment will not end anytime soon. The characters introduced are Suiu Fujiwara and Chris Floret.
The franchise also revealed a new visual featuring all the characters from the first season, along with Suiu and Chris.
April 2022 broadcast “Science fell in love, so I tried to prove it. R = 1-sinθ (heart)” Key visual & PV lifted! The new character “Chris” will be #Yuki Kaji “Suirain” will be #Marina Yamada!【2022年4月新番組】理系が恋に落ちたので証明してみた。r=1-sinθ（第1弾PV）
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According to the anime’s website and what we saw in the PV, Suiu and Chris are not ordinary, much like the rest. Suiu is an erotic woman who studies bodily fluids, and Chris is of British origins and is more of a gentleman than the rest of the male characters.
If you’re wondering who’ll be voicing these two, we got that covered for you:
|Suiu Fujiwara||Marina Yamada||Makoto Miyasaka (Farewell, My Dear Cramer)|
|Chris Floret||Yuuki Kaji||Eren Jaeger (Attack on Titan)|
Rikekoi is one of the prime examples of how anime can have anything but an average plot. We all know how bizarre, emotional or creative they get, yet we shamelessly love binge-watching these shows.
The second season will be one crazy rollercoaster ride, and I cannot wait to watch it.
About Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove it
Science Fell In Love, So I Tried To Prove It is a romantic comedy manga created by Alifred Yamamoto and has been published in the Comic Meteor magazine since 2016.
The manga has been adapted into an anime, television drama, and a live-action film.
The concept revolves around STEM scientists, Himuro and Yukimura and how they fall in love with each other while trying to prove this love in the scientific language.
Himura confesses her love for the latter; however, Yukimura starts new research with his team on the topic. Can love be proved in theory from a mathematical approach?
Source: Rikekoi Official TwitterOriginally Written By Epic Dope