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Oshi no Ko Season 2 Reveals Main Visual and Trailer, New Cast and July 3 Premiere

OSHI NO KO Season 2 has revealed the main anime visual and trailer, as well as a July 3 premiere date. New cast members were also announced, and they are Ayane Sakura as Abiko Samejima and Daisuke Ono as Goa. Studio Doga Kobo is animating again and you can see the cool main visual below.

The new theme song is “Fatale” by GEMN, and you can watch the main OSHI NO KO Season 2 trailer below.

OSHI NO KO Season 2 – Main Anime Trailer

There will be screening and guest talk panels for OSHI NO KO at Anime Expo 2024, featuring Yurie Igoma (Japanese VA of Ruby) and producer Shimpei Yamashita. New character visuals for Aqua and Akane were released as well.

HIDIVE is streaming the first season of OSHI NO KO and it confirmed that the anime will return to the platform in July. They describe the story:
When pregnant young starlet Ai Hoshino appears at Dr. Gorou Amemiya’s clinic, he takes it upon himself to safely (and secretly) deliver her child so Ai can make a scandal-free return to the stage. But on the eve of her delivery, Gorou is slain at the hands of Ai’s deluded stalker — and is subsequently reborn as Ai’s child, Aquamarine Hoshino! The glitz and glamor of showbiz hide the dark underbelly of the entertainment industry. Can he help his new mother rise to the top of the charts?

The OSHI NO KO manga is written by Aka Akasaka and illustrated by Mengo Yokoyari. It launched in April 2020 and is published by Shueisha in its seinen manga magazine Weekly Young Jump. The English language edition is published by Yen Press.

The anime swept our seasonal ranking that season, with OSHI NO KO the main Anime of the Season award. Aqua and his voice actor Takeo Otsuka won the titles of Best Male Character and Best Male Seiyuu while Kana Arima ranked first in the Best Female Character ranking (Akane and Ruby in 2nd and 3rd). Rie Takahashi, who voiced Ai Hoshino, took the title of the Best Female Seiyuu. The opening and ending theme songs of the anime also placed first in their respective categories.

Source: Official Website
©Aka Akasaka x Mengo Yokoyari/Shueisha, “OSHI NO KO” Partners

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