Despite the fact that Monthly Girls’ Nazaki-kun has been a pleasant surprise for Netflix’s anime genre, fans are eager to know whether there will be a second season and when it will arrive.
Monthly Girls’ Nazaki-kun has been out for more than half a decade, but the recent Netflix debut of the anime on May 1st has breathed fresh life into it and expanded it to an entirely new audience.
The anime Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-Kun (Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-Kun), which is also known as Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-Kun, tells the story of Chiyo Sakura, a high school student who has a crush on her classmate Umetarou Nozaki. Unfortunately for Sakura, he mistakes her for a fan of his artwork and gives her a job as his assistant working on his latest manga. The two build an entertaining, flirty professional relationship based on their classmates, and the characters in their tale are based on them.
The light-hearted and amusing take on high school romance has earned the anime a great deal of acclaim. With Netflix providing a new lease of life, however, comes the question: will the show ever return and when can we expect it?
Will there be a season 2 of Monthly Girls’ Nazaki-Kun?
The short answer is that we don’t know whether there will be a second season of Monthly Girls’ Nazaki-kun. The series began airing in Japan in 2014, and there were no demands for a sequel until Netflix’s recent release.
If the first season is successful, I’m hoping Netflix will use its extensive resources to start production on a second.
When Will Season 2 be released on Netflix?
Season two may not be produced for some time due to the fact that the first season just launched. It’s possible that if Netflix renews the series, it won’t air until late 2021.
It’s also worth noting that with the present worldwide lockdown, Netflix may choose to prioritize the production of their own original anime series.
Monthly Girls Nozaki Kun Season 2 Plot Explored
There is source material from which the series might draw content from, as it is based on the manga. The manga has 11 volumes presently available, with the most recent one wrapping up in early-March.
Many viewers have noted that the anime skimped on several peripheral tales from the manga.
However, the series concluded the tale in a satisfactory manner, with Sakura coming to terms with the fact that their love may never grow but that she is content being by Nozaki’s side.