Rent-A-Girlfriend Season 2 will be released in 2022. The sequel is heavily anticipated by the fans of the show.
Rent-A-Girlfriend is a popular Japanese manga written and illustrated by Reiji Miyajima. It has been adapted into anime which ran from July to September 2020. The season 1 of Rent-A-Girlfriend came to an end with Kazuya’s confession of his feelings to Chizuru.
Will Rent a Girlfriend Season 2 Explain Mami’s backstory?
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Mami is the ex-girlfriend of Kazuya who plays the role of antagonist in this series. She abruptly breaks up after dating him for a month. She tells him that she’s seeing someone else and this blatant rejection deeply hurts Kazuya. Despite this breakup, Mami gets extremely angry and jealous when she encounters Kazuya’s interaction with other girls.
Although she ended things with Kazuya, she still wants to control him. She tries to sabotage his relationship with Chizuru. She even kisses him to try to revoke his feelings for her. She’s manipulative and she doesn’t show any signs of redemption in Season 1.
Rent-A-Girlfriend Season 2 Release Date in 2022
The series finished its first season with 12 episodes already in 2020. Season 2 would’ve followed soon after but due to Covid, many Japanese anime studies couldn’t function at its full potential. But the producers have already booked the spot for the series in streaming apps.
The announcers haven’t mentioned a particular date. In the second season, the relationship of Kazuya and Chizuru will develop further. The sequel is likely to premiere within the first few months of 2020.
Rent-a-Girlfriend Season 2 TV Anime to Broadcast in 2022!
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Why Did Rent a Girlfriend Became So Popular and the Secret Behind its Success
Rent-A-Girlfriend revolves around the theme of harem. Each character is well written and unique to the core. Since each girl has a different personality, fans can feel free to choose their favourite. The artwork is amazing and catchy.
The story is based around university students instead of high school students. Such factors make the series so popular and successful among people. Though there’s been a year gap between the seasons, the growth of the fandom remains stable.
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