The anime series “My Happy Marriage Season 2” has been confirmed, bringing even more heartwarming moments to fans.
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My Happy Marriage Season 2 announced
One reason for joy among fans of the touching anime series “My Happy Marriage” is that the show is gearing up for a return with its second season. This declaration was made following the Japanese airing of the 12th and final episode of the first season.
Visual sequences that were shown alongside the announcement of an intriguing Season 2 further enthralled devoted watchers. Two special illustrations were also released—one created by light novel illustrator Tsukihō Tsukikage, on which the series is based, and the other by talented manga artist Rito Kusaka.
The initial premiere of “My Happy Marriage” took place on July 5th, with international audiences enjoying the show via Netflix streaming. The series is based on the source material, a light novel series written by Akumi Agitogi, which began publication in January 2019 and currently spans seven volumes as of July 2023.
About My Happy Marriage Season 2
The story, beautifully summarized by Yen Press, revolves around Miyo Samori, born into a humble family without any supernatural abilities, and living a servile life under her stepmother’s humiliation. When she reaches marriageable age, Miyo’s dreams of a better life are shattered when she discovers that her prospective fiancé is Kiyoka Kudo, a commander known for being cold and cruel. The prospect of genuine love and happiness is revealed to them as they progressively learn more about one another.
The anime version was directed by Takahiro Kubota, while Sachiko Yasuda created the character designs. Prominent scriptwriters, including Ami Sato, Takahito Onishi, and Momoka Toyoda, are responsible for shaping the series, and Kinema Citrus is the animation production company behind it.
The cast includes Reina Ueda as Miyo Samori, Kaito Ishikawa as Kiyoka Kudo, Ayane Sakura as Kaya Samori, Koutarou Nishiyama as Koji Tatsushi, Hiro Shimono as Yoshito Godo, and Hoko Kuwashima as Yuri.
Apart from the anime, “My Happy Marriage” has inspired a Square Enix-published manga adaptation, a live-action film, and even a stage reading. The Fujimi L Bunko light book series has maintained its readership appeal.
For viewers anxiously anticipating the continuation of Miyo and Kiyoka’s narrative, the return of “My Happy Marriage” promises more touching scenes and emotional experiences. Keep checking back for more information on the projected My Happy Marriage Season 2 release date and plot specifics.