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Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out! Season 2 has been announced, author gives thanks for the series' success
September 25, 2020 at 11:09 PM PHT (GMT +8)
It looks like Uzaki wants to hang out again! The official Twitter account of "Uzaki-Chan Wants to Hang Out!" TV anime series has announced on Friday that the anime will be receiving a 2nd season soon. In addition, the series' author Take and the production committee stated their gratitude for the support they've received from the fans of the series. Take also shared an illustration commemorating the second season.
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©宇崎ちゃんは遊びたい！, Take, ENGI
The announcement was made after the final episode of the series' first season which was aired on Friday, September 25. The anime ran for 12 episodes which started July 10, 2020. The series was animated by ENGI and directed by Kazuya Miura, with Takashi Aoshima handling series composition, Manabu Kurihara designing the characters, and Satoshi Igarashi composing the music. The opening theme, "Negotiation by Comforting" , was performed by Kano and Naomi Ōzora, performing as her character, Hana Uzaki, while the ending theme, "Kokoro Knock", was performed by YuNi.
The TV anime series adaptation was based on the Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Take. It has been serialized through Niconico Seiga's Dra Dra Sharp website since December 2017 and collected in five tankōbon volumes by Fujimi Shobo as of July 2020.
The story follows Hana Uzaki, a college girl who is thrilled to discover that she is attending the same college as her fellow high school upperclassman, Shinichi Sakurai. However, after a year of watching him just laze around, she comes to the conclusion that he has turned into a loner. She decides to spend as much time with Shinichi as possible, believing that he is an introvert or intimidating which is uncool and unacceptable. Beginning her project to have Shinichi experience a fun lifestyle, Hana stalks him like an annoying pest. Will Shinichi ever make her understand that he prefers doing things by himself, or will he be won over by Hana's zany charm?