Rent-A-Girlfriend Season 2 Release Date and Time Synopsis without Spoilers, Where to Watch

Season 2 of Rent-A-Girlfriend was announced earlier today via the series’ official website, which posted a promotional video with the upcoming sequel’s release date and time. Chizuru Mizuhara, a Rent-A-Girlfriend season 2 character, was featured in the promotional video, which was released alongside a “date visual” for her. Season 2 of Rent-A-Girlfriend will air from July to September 2020, following the highly successful first season. The first season was praised by critics and fans alike, and it became one of the summer 2020 season’s highlights. Rent-A-Girlfriend Season 2 Release Date and Time Synopsis without Spoilers, Where to Watch.

Rent-A-Girlfriend Season 2 finally receives a release date

Release date and time, where to watch

As previously stated, the anime’s official website revealed the Rent-A-Girlfriend season 2 premiere date and time. The release date and time have been set for July 2nd at 1:25 AM Japanese Standard Time (JST).

As of this writing, there is no word on whether Crunchyroll or other services will Simulcast the anime. If these services do end up Simulcasting the series, the premiere episode of the second season will be available at the times listed below in the corresponding time zones:

  • Pacific Time: 9:25 AM PDT (July 1)
  • Eastern Time: 12:25 PM PDT (July 1)
  • British Time: 5:25 PM BST (July 1)
  • European Time: 6:00 PM CEST (July 1)
  • Indian Time: 9:55 PM IST (July 1)
  • Philippine Time: 12:25 AM PHT (July 2)
  • Australia Time: 1:55 AM ACST (July 2)

Crunchyroll has already announced that it will handle the anime’s licencing and streaming outside of Asia. There appears to be no concrete information about who will handle Asian streaming for the anime’s second season at this time. The first season, on the other hand, was licenced by Muse Communication and distributed in Asia via the streaming service iQIYI. Asian fans can expect to watch the second season in the same way, barring any unforeseen complications that have yet to be announced as of this writing.

Cast and crew

Season 2 of Rent-A-Girlfriend will feature many of the original cast and crew members returning. The main cast members are:

  • Sora Amamiya as Chizuru Mizuhara
  • Aoi Yuki as Mami Nanami
  • Nao Toyama as Ruka Sarashina
  • Rie Takahashi as Sumi Sakurasawae
  • Shun Horie as Kazuya Kinoshita

The return of the production staff and crew begins with Kazuomi Koga, who will direct the anime at TMS Entertainment once again, with Studio Comet also collaborating. Mitsutaka Hirota returns to supervise scripts, Kanna Hirayama returns to character design, and HYADAIN composes the series’ music.

Returning are sound director Hajime Takakuwa, art director Minoru Akiba, colour key artist Fumiko Ishiguro, compositing director of photography Shintaro Sakai, and editor Yumiko Nakaba. Fans can expect the same exceptional level of quality that they saw in their first season with such a large swath of returning staff, especially in key areas.

Series synopsis and what to expect (spoiler-free)

Season 2 of Rent-A-Girlfriend will continue the story from season one, based on Reiji Miyajima’s original manga. Kazuya Kinoshita is the protagonist of the series. In Crunchyroll’s story description, a 20-year-old boy is referred to as a “college student failure.” Kazuya feels worthless and undesirable after kissing his girlfriend Mami Nanami, who dumps him after a month of dating. Out of spite, he decides to rent a girlfriend through an online dating app, who turns out to be the aforementioned Chizuru Mizuhara.

Chizuru is a lovely young lady who began dating Kazuya in accordance with the terms of their agreement. However, after their first date, the latter gives her a low rating because he believes she is “inauthentic,” resulting in her berating him at their next meeting.

Kazuya’s grandmother collapses unexpectedly, prompting Kazuya to bring Chizuru and him to visit her in the hospital. When he met the young girl, his grandmother fell in love with her, forcing Kazuya to continue renting her in order to keep up appearances with family and friends. The series’ first major complication occurs when the two discover they are next-door neighbours and attend the same college. As more girls from the rental girlfriend business are introduced, Kazuya and Chizuru must balance their personal lives while keeping their rental agreement on the side. At the same time, Kazuya’s genuine feelings for Chizuru grow stronger.

The first season ended with Kazuya attempting to confess his feelings for Chizuru, only to backtrack and say he meant she was his rental girlfriend. Chizuru returns to her apartment, frustrated by the situation, as the former is unaware of the latter’s feelings for him.

Season 2 of Rent-A-Girlfriend will most likely continue to see the two secretly exploring their true feelings for one another while maintaining the facade of their arrangement. The number of episodes in Rent-A-Girlfriend season 2 is unknown as of this writing, but the season will most likely match, if not exceed, the first season’s 12. Mami Nanami will most likely become more involved in Kazuya and Chizuru’s arrangement and true feelings in Rent-A-Girlfriend season 2. The first was revealed at the end of the first season to be aware of the true nature of her and Kazuya’s relationship, implying that she will likely continue to interfere in Rent-A-Girlfriend season 2.

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Finally, a major aspect of the first season that fans can continue to see is the exploration of Kazuya and Ruka’s relationship, both fake and real. Ruka’s feelings are likely to grow as the two continue to work at the same karaoke bar as in Rent-A-Girlfriend Season 2. At the same time, Kazuya grows increasingly tired of her clinginess.

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