After the end of the second season of The Quintessential Quintuplets, it was only a matter of time before another season was announced. The staff of Gotōbun no Hanayome (The Quintessential Quintuplets), the series’ second anime season, announced on Friday that the anime is getting a sequel.
The Quintessential Quintuplets is about to move forward with an all-new series. The anime’s official Twitter is reassuring fans that more is to come. A new series is on the way and a little poster was released to hype the upcoming anime.
TBS Animation streamed an announcement promotional video and the anime’s official Twitter account unveiled a visual.
The tweet with the visual reads, “Thanks to everyone’s support… a sequel to The Quintessential Quintuplets has been decided upon! Stay tuned for more details.”
The second season was originally scheduled to premiere in October but was delayed due to COVID-19, The anime’s second season premiered on TBS on January 7. It was streamed by Crunchyroll and Funimation. Moreover, it featured a returning cast from the first season.
With no details on the sequel yet, there is no word on when this new series will go live, but fans are hoping it will be released in 2022. The key visual released for the anime showcases an interesting scene and it finds our five heroines all dressed up in wedding attire. In proper Quintessential Quintuplets fashion, each girl has opted for a different style.
ABOUT THE SERIES
Kodansha Comics is releasing Negi Haruba‘s original manga digitally and in print. It describes the story as follows:
One day, a poor high school second-year named Futaro Uesugi comes across a private tutoring gig with good pay. But his pupils are his classmates!! And they’re quintuplets!! A-and they’re all gorgeous girls, but they’re also troublemakers who hate to study and are on the verge of flunking out! And his first task is simply gaining the sisters’ trust?! Every day is a party! The curtain is rising on the Nakano quintuplets’ quirky romantic comedy with five times the cute!!
The manga launched in Kodansha‘s Weekly Shōnen Magazine in August 2017 and Haruba wrapped up the series in February. The first season of the anime premiered in 2019 and featured 12 episodes.
What do you think about the promo video and the new follow-up series? Stay tuned.
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