A second season of “Beastars” has been announced. More information will be announced in the future.
Release date: January 2020
Beastars is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Paru Itagaki. The series has won multiple awards, including being the first Akita Shoten title to take home the Manga Taishō Award. An anime television series adaptation by Orange aired from October 8 to December 26, 2019 on Fuji TV’s +Ultra programming block. A second anime season was announced at the conclusion of the first season. The first season is also planned for an early 2020 release on Netflix outside of Japan.
In the 10th issue of 2019 of Weekly Shōnen Champion, it was announced that Beastars would get an anime television series adaptation to be animated by CG studio Orange. Shinichi Matsumi is directing the series, with Nanami Higuchi handling series composition, Nao Ootsu designing the characters, and Satoru Kōsaki composing the series’ music. The series aired from October 8 to December 26, 2019 and aired on Fuji TV’s +Ultra anime programming block and other channels. The first season was 12 episodes in total, with the release outside of Japan scheduled for early 2020. At the conclusion of the TV broadcast, a second season was announced. Animation studio Orange will be returning to produce the second season.
ALI performed the series’ opening theme song “Wild side”, while YURiKA performed the series’ ending theme song “Le zoo”, “Sleeping instinct” and “Marble”.
Beginning his search for Shishigumi in the Dark Market, Legosi is soon joined by the grudging Gouhin after Legosi convinces him of his feelings for Haru. Driven by Haru’s lingering smell and Gouhin’s advice, Legosi unleashes his bestial instincts, allowing him to fight his way past the Shishigumi guards. While thinking about Legosi, Haru finds the strength to stand up against her captors, allowing Legosi to reach her just in time.
While his friends at school notice his absence and begin to worry, Legosi defeats the Shishigumi Boss in a bloody fight to save Haru. As he and Haru leave the Shishigumi hideout, the Boss tries to shoot Legosi in the back but is instead killed by Louis, who has come to Haru’s rescue as well. As they rest in a love hotel for the night, Legosi admits that it was he who attacked Haru at the auditorium that night; Haru confesses that she has always suspected it, but still came to respect Legosi for his kind nature. But even as they prepare to have their first sex together, their opposing natures as predator and herbivore get in their way yet again.
After her instincts of wanting to be eaten cease, Haru apologizes for ruining the mood. They return to school, where Juno corners Haru and, after finding out they didn’t have sex, challenges her for Legosi’s heart. The Meteor Festival begins, but before Legosi can confess to Haru, Juno brings him on stage and announces his heroism for saving a herbivore to the crowd, who applaud his bravery. She attempts to light a candle with him, signifying a romance, but he leaves in search of Haru, who had trudged off believing Juno would be better for Legosi than she would. Legosi finds her and confesses that he loves her and wants to be better for her, to which she replies that she’ll wait for him. Sometime later, Legosi (unbeknownst to him) encounters Tem’s attacker at school and invites him to walk beside him, but then sees him smiling.
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