“Can the existence of love be proved by science?” The young couple from “Science Fell In Love, So I Tried To Prove It” are trying to research the existence of love.
Two scientist geniuses fall in love with each other. However, their very first reaction is to prove the concept of love! Hilarious moments follow when they set up different situations to quantify it.
The second season of Science Fell In Love, So I Tried To Prove It anime has been announced. The announcement was made earlier today by Alifred Yamamoto, the creator behind the series.
Yamamoto tweeted an official announcement with a new visual.
Yes, I will do it for 2 terms! !! !! !!
Thank you! !! !! !!Twitter Translation, English Translate
The visual shows the characters Shinya Yukimura, Kotonoha Kanade, and Ayame Himuro (from the left). The trailers, teasers, visuals, cast, and staff will be released at a later date on the official website of season 2.
The anime did not deviate from the Science Fell In Love, So I Tried To Prove It manga at all. By the end of the first season, the manga had run out of chapters. Season 2 will either debut in late 2021 or early 2022 due to this issue.
Season 1 of the anime premiered on Amazon Prime Video on 10th January with all its 12 episodes. It was also broadcasted on TV and streamed by Crunchyroll.
Season 1 Episode 12 Recap
Yukimura and Himuro reconcile with each other while Yukimura chastises her for her poorly written thesis. However, Himuro lets out her feelings and kisses Yukimura.
They join the group later to head down to the research facility again.
Season 2 Plot
Since the anime religiously follows the manga, season 2 will start from the end of the adapted chapters from season 1. More experiments will follow to theorize the concept of love.
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/anime created by Alifred Yamamoto. It is published by Flex Comix in the Comic Meteor magazine.
The manga has been adapted into an anime, television drama, and a live-action film. The concept revolves around STEM scientists, Himuro and Yukimura.
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: TwitterOriginally Written By Epic Dope