Masamune-kun’s Revenge Season 2 Episode 1: Release Date, Preview, and Where To Watch

Masamune-kun's Revenge Season 2 Episode 1

Fans of the popular anime series Masamune-kun’s Revenge can rejoice as the long-awaited second season is finally set to release this summer, putting an end to a six-year wait since the first season aired. Initially planned for a spring 2023 release, Masamune-kun’s Revenge Season 2 was delayed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

In this article, we will provide all the essential details about the upcoming season, including the release date for Masamune-kun’s Revenge Season 2 Episode 1, a preview, and information on where to watch it.

Masamune-kun’s Revenge Season 2 Episode 1 Release Date

According to the official website, the highly anticipated first episode of Masamune-kun’s Revenge Season 2 is scheduled to air in Japan on Monday, July 3rd at 11:00 pm JST (Japan Standard Time).

However, viewers should note that the release time for the episode may vary depending on the specific streaming platform used and the viewer’s geographical location. The anime will premiere on various Japanese TV channels, including TOKYO MX, BS Fuji, AT-X, Sun TV, and KBS Kyoto.

A new trailer for the upcoming season has recently been unveiled on the official website, providing a glimpse into what fans can expect. The trailer showcases Masamune, Aihime, and Yoshino as they embark on school trips in France and navigate their daily lives. Throughout the trailer, the characters display expressions of concern, leaving fans intrigued about the outcome of their revenge-filled romantic comedy.

Masamune-kun’s Revenge R Trailer 2

The trailer also features the opening song of the season, titled “Please, please!” and performed by Ayaka Ohashi. Furthermore, the ending theme song for the second season has been confirmed as “twilight little star,” sung by ChouCho.

Where To Watch Masamune-kun’s Revenge Season 2 Episode 1

Crunchyroll, a popular streaming platform, is currently streaming the first season of Masamune-kun’s Revenge, which originally aired in 2017. They have also confirmed that they will be streaming the second season of the anime, providing fans with an accessible platform to watch the latest episodes.

Staff Members and Production Details

Masamune-kun’s Revenge anime is based on the Japanese manga series written by Hazuki Takeoka and illustrated by Tiv. Directed by Mirai Minato at studio SILVER LINK., the second season, titled Masamune-kun’s Revenge R, is highly anticipated.

Masamune-kun's Revenge season 2 key visual
Masamune-kun’s Revenge R Key Visual

The series composition is by Michiko Yokote, with character designs by Yuki Sawairi. Notably, the new season introduces Miku Itō as the voice of Muriel Besson and Yasuyuki Kase as Frank Besson. The first season of the anime consisted of 12 episodes, and while the episode count for the second season has not been officially confirmed, fans eagerly await further details.

The cast of Masamune-kun no Revenge Season 2 is as follows:

CharacterVoice Actor
Aki AdagakiAyaka Ohashi
Masamune MakabeNatsuki Hanae
Muriel BessonMiku Itō
Frank BessonYasuyuki Kase
Chinatsu HayaseAsuka Ōgame
Tae FutabaAzusa Tadokoro
Yoshino KoiwaiInori Minase
Kanetsugu GasōMitsuki Saiga
Kojūrō ShuriSaori Hayami
Neko FujinomiyaSuzuko Mimori
Franck BessonYasuyuki Kase
Kinue HayaseYui Ogura
Masamune-kun’s Revenge R Cast

With Masamune-kun’s Revenge Season 2 finally arriving this summer, fans can look forward to the continuation of this beloved anime series. The release date for Episode 1 has been confirmed, and Crunchyroll will be streaming the new season, ensuring fans can easily access the latest episodes.

With an exciting trailer showcasing the characters’ adventures and new theme songs adding to the anticipation, the second season promises to deliver more of the revenge-filled romantic comedy that fans have come to love. Stay tuned for further updates on the episode count and any additional announcements surrounding Masamune-kun’s Revenge Season 2.

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