Readers of manga series couldn’t be happier to know that their favorite manga series will get an anime adaptation. So yes! The Fly Me To The Moon manga series has already been adapted into an anime series.
A Japanese manga series Fly Me To The Moon, illustrated and written by Kenjiro Hata. This manga series debuted In the year 2018 on February 14 and was published by Shogakukan in the magazine Weekly Shōnen Sunday. Until November 18, 2021, the Fly Me To The Moon manga series has a total of 18 volumes. Viz Media licensed the manga series in February 2020, to publish in the English language in North America. And the first volume of the manga series in English was published on September 8, 2020. Seven Arcs produced the anime series Fly Me To The Moon. Crunchyroll and Plus Media Networks Asia licensed the anime series. On October 3, 2020, The first episode of the anime series premiered on BS-NTV, Tokyo MX, and ytv. With only 12 episodes along with one original video animation, season 1 of the Fly Me To The Moon concluded in the same year on December 19. In the same year, Crunchyroll announced that the anime series will get an English dub. Since 2020, viewers of Fly Me To The Moon have been on the edge of their seats. And they couldn’t be happier to know that their favorite anime will get a sequel or not? Continue to read this article, to get to know about the premiere date, story, and teaser of Fly Me To The Moon Season 2!
Fly Me To The Moon Season 2 Release Date
This is a beautiful and at the same time entertaining slice-of-life anime series, it’s already premiered on various platforms. And of course, the viewers from all over this sphere of anime enjoy the series. Luckily for all the non-Japanese viewers, this anime premiered on Aniplus Asia. Audiences of the series now couldn’t wait for more to know about the premiere date of season 2. So yes! Season 2 of Fly Me To The Moon is expected to come out in 2022. However, it is just a forecast we have to wait until we get any updates from the creators of the series. However, season 1 of the anime series is already on Crunchyroll.
Fly Me To The Moon Season 2 Story
This anime series with genres of Science fiction, a slice of life with a pinch of romantic comedy has a great plot. The Fly Me To The Moon series was written by Kazuho Hyodo whereas it was directed by Hiroshi Ikehata. The plot of the series starts with a snowy night, where a boy named Nasa Yuzaki, finds a beautiful girl named Tsukasa Tsukuyomi. But he suddenly gave it a try and talked to her, but somehow he got distracted by her beauty and suddenly a truck hit him but luckily Tsukasa saved him. Nasa Yuzaki followed her to the bus stop and confessed his love for her. And luckily, Tsukasa accepted his confession, but with a condition, she wanted them to get married first. On the 18th birthday of Nasa, suddenly Tsukasa showed up at his house but surprisingly with a marriage form. As the series is an adaptation of a manga series, the expected story of season 2 will follow up the story of the manga series.
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Fly Me To The Moon Season 2 Characters
Fans of manga series are quite happy with the plot of it and couldn’t digest the happiness let alone they got its anime adaptation. As the plot of the series is interesting, so are the characters. Let’s see the list of characters of the anime series Nasa Yuzaki (the main protagonist); Tsukasa Yuzaki; Kaname Arisugawa; Aya Arisugawa; Chitose Kaginoji; Charlotte; Aurora; and other characters. Until now, it is unclear about the premiere date of season 2. But we can expect season 2 at any time in 2022. But we have to wait until we get any updates about the productions of season 2.
Fly Me To The Moon Season 2 Trailer
The teaser of season 1 of the series is already all over the internet. Unfortunately, there is no confirmed date for the premiere of season 2. Luckily it was already announced that the anime series will get its sequel, but the date is unclear now. On Crunchyroll, season 1 was already streamed but for selective regions.