Domestic Girlfriend Season 2 is a must for anime fans wanting to see how this torrid relationship turns out in the end. Will Natsuo choose Hina or Rui once all is said and done? The good news is that the Domestic na Kanojo anime (which goes by the nickname DomeKano) was often in the top 20 most popular anime on Crunchyroll during the 2019 season.
When it comes to the decision of greenlighting an anime sequel for production, that’s important since streaming revenue is now the most important factor. Better yet, there is plenty of source material available for producing Domestic na Kanojo Season 2.
Will there be a Domestic Girlfriend Season 2
As of January 17, 2021, at the time of writing, Diomedéa or any related company has not yet renewed the anime for a second season. We have checked out the manga, which is the original content of the anime and the only source material, and the anime’s popularity status.
The first season of the anime covers 1-8 volumes of the manga. It seems that there is enough source material for a second season. If the series likely uses as much source material in a second season as in the first season, there seems to be enough source material for a third season. The anime series can be produced to support the manga series of the series and for advertising purposes. But, it isn’t easy to see the second season of the series, even if there is enough source material because the manga has ended.
Domestic Girlfriend Season 2 Release Date
The Domestic na Kanojo anime is based on the Domestic Girlfriend manga series by creator Kei Sasuga. Regardless of receiving good international ratings, it’s difficult to say whether the anime will be renewed for a sequel. With the exceptions of Squid Girl and Beatless, animation studio Diomedea almost never produces a second season for any anime they have created. Rui suspects that their parents know where Hina has moved, but her mother will only admit that she spoke to Hina but claims she doesn’t know where Hina lives.
As of the last update, Kodansha, (That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Part 2, Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2, Vinland Saga Season 2) studio Diomedea, or any company related to the production of the anime has not officially confirmed the Domestic Girlfriend Season 2 release date. Nor has the production of a sequel been announced.
Once the news is officially confirmed this article will be updated with the relevant information. In the meantime, it’s possible to speculate about when, or if, the Domestic na Kanojo Season 2 premiere date will occur in the future.
Regardless of receiving good international ratings, it’s difficult to say whether the anime will be renewed for a sequel. With the exceptions of Squid Girl and Beatless, animation studio Diomedea almost never produces a second season for any anime they have created. In recent years they have produced OVA episodes for some of their more popular series.
DomeKano Season 2 Action (Synopsis/Spoilers).
At the beginning of Domestic Girlfriend Season 2, the anime might start to sound an awful lot like the American sitcom How I Met Your Mother. Chapter 73 opens with a flash-forward scene to a time where Natsuo is married and working as a professional novelist.
During a phone call, he is asked whether his next work will be a story about how he got together with his wife, but the manga never reveals the identity of this wife. The manga does have this person call out that “we’re home” (which might imply children), but the anime will probably skip this moment since everyone would immediately identify the voice actress.
Jumping back to the present, Rui will desire to track down her missing sister, Hina, because she doesn’t feel right about just swooping in. She wants to help Natsuo wipe the slate clean so he can move on. Rui suspects that their parents know where Hina has moved, but her mother will only admit that she spoke to Hina but claims she doesn’t know where Hina lives.
Of course, this is a lie since the parents already paid an investigative agency to track Hina down. Rui even attempts to blackmail Mr. Kiriya but he legitimately doesn’t know the school where Hina now works. Rui successfully blackmails school administrator Takeuchi into revealing the transfer location.
The problem is that Natsuo doesn’t want to seek out Hina. In the letter that Hina left Natsuo, she stated she was leaving because she wanted to give him a chance to seek his dream of becoming a novelist. Therefore, Natsuo is resolved to wait until he’s ready to see Hina again.
Of course, from the perspective of anime-only fans, this story from Chapter 69 doesn’t make any sense since the ending of the first season showed Natsuo winning a literary prize and gaining an official editor, Soichiro Tsutaya, at book publisher Shinkosha. But the anime will probably need to cover this skipped story simply because it explains why Natsuo doesn’t immediately rush away to seek out Hina.
Natsuo desires to become a professional novelist before they reunite. At the same time, he accidentally stumbles upon Rui getting dressed and then can’t get memories of the time they had sex out of his head.
While the relationship issues linger in the background, the story focuses on the Literature Club’s efforts to build up membership. Miu literally passes out during her club introduction speech, but that moment (and the much-advertised fact that Natsuo won first prize in a literary award) is memorable enough to attract three potential new members.
In the letter that Hina left Natsuo, she stated she was leaving because she wanted to give him a chance to seek his dream of becoming a novelist.