‘Rikekoi’ Anime Teases a Fun-Filled Season 2 this April with New Trailer

The various experiments regarding love in season 1 of the Rikekoi anime must have cracked you up hard. Now, the anime is returning with a second season to test even more impossible theories.

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Ayame and Shinya have made quite a game out of their love story, but the scientific explanation for love is yet to be found. Will they finally prove what is ‘love’ in season 2?

Season 2 of the ‘Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove it’ anime will be released on April 1, 2022. Crunchyroll and Amazon Prime streamed the first season and might stream season 2 as well.

The new promotional video shows the shocking theories that the crew will discover on their quest of rationalizing love:

[April new program] I fell in love with science, so I tried to prove it. r = 1-sinθ (PV just before broadcasting)

Haru Kagorano, a new character, has been added to the series. Is she a new scientist who will make her debut soon? She looks quirky, but can she help Shinya in his quest?

‘Rikekoi’ Anime Teases a Fun-Filled Season 2 this April with New Trailer
Haru Kagurao | Source: Official Website

Rena Hasegawa will voice Haru Kagano. She has previously voiced Atre from Dropkick on My Devil!.

The teaser also contains dialogues from every character, and the anime’s comic spirit is also clearly conveyed through it.

The ending theme song, “BibittoLove,” by CHICO with Honeyworks, has been previewed in the trailer alongside the opening theme, “Love=Evidence,” by Sora Amamiya.

Season 1 of Science Fell in Love received praise from rom-com fans for not deviating from the original manga. Although it took a year for the manga to produce enough chapters, I’m glad that the anime is back with renewed gusto.

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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: Official Website


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