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'Rikekoi: Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It' Season 2 TV anime scheduled for 2022 airing

Written by: Jei Beltrano | Published on: March 22, 2021 at 6:06 PM PHT (GMT+8)

The official website of the TV anime series adaptation of Alifred Yamamoto's "Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It (Rikei ga Koi ni Ochita no de Shōmei Shite Mita)" manga series has announced on Monday that the previously announced second season of the series is scheduled to begin broadcasting in 2022.

An announcement video was also streamed on the official YouTube channel of Flex Comix's Comic Meteor.

The first season of the series consisting of 12 episodes was aired from January 10, 2020 to March 13, 2020 in Japan. It was animated by Zero-G and directed by Tooru Kitahata, with Rintarou Ikeda credited for series composition. Ikeda and Michiko Yokote wrote the scripts, and Yūsuke Isouchi designed the characters. Hisakuni, Shouichiro Hirata, Kaoru Ōtsuka, Shūhei Takahashi, Takuma Sogi, and Yūko Takahashi composed the music.

The series is based on the Japanese romantic comedy manga series written and illustrated by Alifred Yamamoto. It has been serialized online via Flex Comix Comic Meteor website since 2016 and has been collected in four tankōbon volumes. A four-episode live-action drama adaptation aired from September 1 to September 22, 2018, and a live-action film adaptation premiered on February 1, 2019. (via Wiki)

The series is described as:

Shinya Yukimura and Ayame Himuro are young but extremely brilliant STEM researchers at Saitama University, and both of them strongly believe in math as the most powerful instrument at mankind's disposal to understand all things.

So, when Ayame suddenly confesses her feelings to Yukimura, he decides to start an ambitious experiment with his whole team to answer a question: Is it possible to explain something complicated like love using a mathematical approach?

The story highlights how the researchers conduct different experiments to quantize the feeling of love, while also falling in love on the way.


Source: Rikekoi Official Site


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