The show is based on the Japanese manga with the same name, illustrated and written by Kei Sasuga, “Domestic Girlfriend” is a romantic-drama animated show that centers around the story of Natsuo Fujii, who is a young novelist who is obsessed with the teacher of his Hina Tachibana.
The story takes a surprising change when he is forced to lose his love for a girl in high school named Rui who is unaware of the fact that she’s Hina’s sister.
As if the love triangle is not enough to be a mess Natsuo’s father decided to get married to Hina as well as Rui’s mother and they became Natsuo’s step-siblings.
Produced by Diomedea, the show first began airing on January 12, 2019, and quickly won the praise of critics for its authenticity in portraying complex human emotional and romantic relationships.
The complex story of love, as well as friendship and young people, has garnered large popularity among fans around the world, and viewers are interested in learning more about “Domestic Girlfriend season 2.”
When will the new season premiere? Let’s see.
Release Date for Domestic Girlfriend Season 2
The first season of “Domestic Girlfriend” was released on January 12, 2019, for MBS, TBS, BS-TBS, and AT-X, ATV, and ATV, and ended on March 30, 2019. The show consists of 12 episodes, each having an average of 24 minutes.
The show was released worldwide via Crunchyroll, Animelab along HIDIVE.
Concerning Season 2, we have what we know about the show’s second season.
The first season of the romantic-drama show was based on the initial eighth volume of Kei Sasuga’s manga.
As of now, the manga author has released more than twenty-eight volumes.
From the standpoint that the material is the basis, there are more than enough stories for the creators to investigate that they can easily come up with a new season.
Additionally, a new season will give Sasuga’s work increased exposure, which can help increase sales of the manga and lead us to the next topic – its growing popularity.
Since the debut of season 1, Sasuga’s manga has sold more than 1 million copies, bringing the total to more than 4 million.
With the series’ increasing popularity, it’s logical to take advantage of the growing fan base with a new season of the series.
But when asked by an individual on Twitter about the second season of the romantic-drama series, creator Kei Sasuga provided a straight response that there were no plans for the next period (season).
The comments seem to be fatal to the expectations of a second season.
So, if we take into account all of the above points and the conclusion that, even though manga sales and the overall popularity of the show have increased over time, “Domestic Girlfriend” is likely to be canceled for a second season.