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My Next Life as a Villainess Season 2 PV Reveals OP Song and New Cast

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My Next Life as a Villainess season 2 is premiering on July 2, 2021. The official website for the anime has revealed a new PV video, with new cast additions and a preview of the OP song.

In addition to information about new characters, the website also revealed the voice actors. They will be voiced by some big names in the industry and include:

  • Takehito Koyasu as Jeffrey Stuart (first prince of the kingdom)
  • Sumire Uesaka as Sussana Randall (Jeffrey’s fiancée and the second daughter of house Randall)
  • Yasuke Shirai as Ian Stuart (second prince of the kingdom)
  • Yui Ogura as Selena Berg (Ian’s fiancée and an heiress to House Berg)
  • Koisuke Toriumi as Rufus Brode (a capable butler of house Berg)
My Next Life as a Villainess season 2 New characters
Jeffrey, Susanna, Ian, Selena and Rufus (left to right)

Duo angela (Ajin, Aho Girl) is performing the opening song for My Next Life as a Villainess season 2. Andante ni Koi o Shite (Fall in Love at Andante) can be heard playing in the background of the PV below:

My Next Life as a Villainess

My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! anime premiered in the Spring of 2020 and had 12 episodes. The sequel was announced after the first season ended. Season 2 will also be animated by SILVER LINK. In addition, Keisuke Inoue is returning as director, with Miwa Oshima is doing the character designs.

My Next Life as a Villainess is a romantic comedy anime, with reverse harem elements. It follows a wealthy heiress Katarina Claes, who loses her memories after an accident. She wakes up and realizes she now lives in an otome game she once used to play. However, she is now the villainess of the story who tries to ruin romance prospects for the main character. There is no good ending in sight for a villainess, so Katarina has to fight to get her happy ending.

The story is based on a light novel by Satoru Yamaguchi, with Nami Hidaka’s illustrations. Additionally, the light novel received a manga adaptation. While J-Novel Club licensed the light novel, Seven Seas published the manga in English.

Source: Official Website
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Tamara Lazic

Loves anime, books and spends way too much time on Genshin Impact.

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