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Horimiya Season 2 Renewed or Cancelled? and What we know so far

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Horimiya Season 2 Updates: Although action-packed mega-series such as Attack on Titan and Jujutsu Kaisen are a thrill to stream Horimiya brought to the Winter anime slate a smooth, light-hearted series that is just mindless fun.

Horimiya season 2 has not been extended for a second season as of this date, and it is unlikely that the series will return. Though Horimiya viewers will be hoping for a second season, it is doubtful that the anime will be revived.

Horimiya is actually rated 8.49/10 on MyAnimeList and 8.5/10 on IMDB, indicating that it is well-liked by fans all over the world. The thing is that season 1 of the anime adaptation has already reached the bulk of the manga, and there isn’t sufficient source material for a second season since the series finished in late 2020.

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As per Monsters and Critics, the season 1 conclusion will “finish adapting the key plot elements in the manga,” implying that a second season “seems impossible.”

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The real kicker is that new Horimiya material is already on the way for fans of the anime. At the time of publication, two more OVAs, named “Midsummer Day” and “A Kind Person,” are set to be published in May 2021.

There is a likelihood that a second season centered on a plotline will be released in the coming years; nevertheless, it indicates that many extra OVAs, rather than a complete second season, will be developed at this period.

Thankfully, there is other ‘Horimiya’ material that the show’s huge audience will look forward to seeing even though there is no upcoming chapter of the TV anime.

Horipro, a talent agency, announced on December 21, 2020, that they were working on a live-action TV adaptation of the manga.

On February 5, 2021, the first three episodes of the project were released in select theatres for a week-long run. In Japan, the full-length TV show debuted on MBS’s Dramatism programming block, TBS, and Apple TV+ on February 17, 2021.

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