Domestic Girlfriend Season 2 Manga: Renewed or Cancelled? Let’s find out. Domestic Girlfriend, also known as Domestic na Kanojo, is an anime series created by Diomedéa, the same studio that created Ahiru no Sora, and another popular series Aho-Girl. The series is based on a manga series of the same name written and illustrated by Kei Sasuga. Between January 12 and March 30, 2019, the anime adaptation, which was announced on June 12, 2018, was broadcast on the local Japanese networks MBS, TBS, BS-TBS, AT-X, and ATV.
The Crunchyroll-licensed series drew viewers from all over the world. Viewers are now concerned about the show’s second season: will there be a second season, and when will it air? The first season of the series, which features a fantastic opening and music, was released in 2019, and it has now been more than two years.
Let’s take a look back at the series before we get to the answers to the questions concerning the second season, if you’d like.
‘Domestic Girlfriend‘ is a romance-drama anime series based on Kei Sasuga’s Japanese manga series of the same name. It follows Natsuo Fujii, a 17-year-old young aspiring novelist who is passionately in love with his teacher, Hina Tachibana. When he loses his virginity to a high schooler named Rui, unknowing to him, that she is Hina’s sister, his life takes an extraordinary turn. As if the love triangle wasn’t complicated enough, Natsuo’s father married Hina and Rui’s mother, making them step-siblings of Natsuo.
The series, which was produced by Diomedéa, launched on January 12, 2019, and instantly gained acclaim for its realistic portrayal of complex human relationships and emotions. The intricate story of love relationships, friendship, and youth has a sizable fan base throughout the world, and fans are eager to learn more about season 2 of ‘Domestic Girlfriend.’ So, when will the new season premiere? Let’s have a look.
Domestic Girlfriend Season 2 Release Date
Season 1 of ‘Domestic Girlfriend’ premiered on MBS, TBS, BS-TBS, AT-X, and ATV on January 12, 2019, and ended on March 30, 2019. It is divided into twelve episodes, each lasting approximately 24 minutes. Crunchyroll, Animelab, and HIDIVE distributed the series abroad.
Here’s all we know about the second season of the series. The first eight volumes of Kei Sasuga’s manga series were adapted for Season 1 of the romantic-drama anime show. The manga artist has so far published roughly twenty-eight volumes. As a result, there are plenty of narratives for the creators to explore in terms of the source material, and they may easily come up with another season.
Furthermore, another season will increase Sasuga’s exposure, resulting in increased manga sales, which leads us to our following point: rising popularity. Since the first season’s release, the manga has sold an additional 1 million copies, bringing the total number of copies sold to well over 4 million. Given the show’s increasing popularity, it makes logical to add another season to capitalise on the rising fans.
However, when asked about season 2 of the romantic-drama anime series by a fan on Twitter, manga artist Kei Sasuga stated flatly that there are no plans for a second season (season). Her remarks look to be a death knell for the possibility of a second season. Taking into account all of the aforementioned factors, we can infer that, despite the fact that manga sales and the show’s overall fandom have risen over time, ‘Domestic Girlfriend‘ is unlikely to be renewed for another season.
Domestic Girlfriend Season 1 Ending Explained
When Rui becomes pregnant in the final episodes, she marries Natsuo. “Rui and Natsuo tied the knot. Wow! “I’m sure you can’t believe what you’re hearing.” Hina had an accident and goes into a coma in the final episodes. While Hina is in this situation, Rui and Natsuo decide not to marry. They are now a four-person family. Natsuo, Rui, Haruka, and Hina, who is in a coma.
Rui concludes Chapter 275 by suggesting that they marry Natsuo while Hina is still in a coma to symbolise their love for each other. Many people believe that this is unnecessary because the drama centred on Hina and Natsuo. Nonetheless, the drama was directed by Rui and Natsuo’s activities. Simply put, it makes no sense that this should happen in the last two or three episodes.
We believe Sasuga was attempting to convey the idea that “in the end, both triumph.” Hina and Natsuo marry and have a daughter together. They continue to live happily as a four-person household. A weird family scenario, to be sure, but also one that is highly undesired. Someone should write a side tale on Hina and how she learned to love after the disaster that occurred to her multiple times on the show in a few years.