Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It is a Japanese romantic – comedy series which tells the story of Ayame and Shinya and how they fall in love with each other while proving that love can be expressed through mathematical equations.
This geeky, science-filled love story has already been adapted into an anime that aired from January to March 2020. And we fans can’t wait to find out more about these two love researchers.
Season 2 of Science Fell in Love anime has just been confirmed and fans are really excited for its release.
More details on the release date, PV, key visuals will be announced later on the website and we will keep you updated you on every detail as soon as they are available.
Season 1 of “Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It” anime was on broadcasted from January to March 2020, and had 12 episodes in total.
Season 1 showcased the couple slowly falling in love with each other and eventually attempting to prove it in scientific terms. Fans were ecstatic to see the blossoming love equations of these two nerds and how important they were for each other.
Watch Season 1 of Science Fell in Love on Crunchyroll.
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Season 1 was animated by Zero-G animation studio and directed by Tooru Kitahata. It is likely the voice cast from Season 1 will continue for Season 2 as well.
|Akame (Akame ga Kill)
|Kazoumi Oga (ReLIFE)
About Science Fell In Love
Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It is a romantic comedy manga by Alifred Yamamoto.
It tells the story of two STEM researchers and how they fall in love with each other while trying to prove this love in the scientific language.
The four volume manga gained huge popularity and due to its popularity a live-action drama adaptation was made in 2018 while broadcasted for four episodes.
An anime adaptation of the manga followed after the live-action. Season 1 of the anime had 12 episodes and was broadcasted from January to March of 2020.
Season 2 of the anime series has just been announced.