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Gakuen Babysitters Season 2: Everything You Should Know

Almost the end of 2021 and until now, fans often ask when Gakuen Babysitters Season 2 will be released. Gakuen Babysitters animated series is a series that came out in 2018 and carries the school, comedy, and slice of life genres that are favored by anime lovers.

It is an adaptation of a manga written by Hari Tokeino. The series is produced by studio Brain’s Base which also produced Kiss Him Not Me. Directed by Shūsei Morishita, this anime premiered on January 7, 2018 through Tokyo Mx, BS11 and Sun TV channels. The total episodes in the first season were 12 episodes and had 1 OVA, this anime finished its first season in March of the same year.

Gakuen Babysitters Season 2: When Will It Release?

Until October 2021, both the Brain’s Base (Blood Lad, Spice and Wolf, To Your Eternity, Kiss Him Not Me, & In/Spectre) and the mangaka are still reluctant to give an official statement regarding Gakuen Babysitters Season 2. This is certainly not something as easy as turning the palm of the hand. Remembering to produce an anime series requires a long time span and sufficient material resources. So it’s not surprising for an anime to take years to get a sequel.
Of course this will be a little tiring and sacrifice the patience of fans of an animated series, but this is the reality of the animated entertainment industry.

Gakuen Babysitters Season 2 Release Date

Gakuen Babysitters Season 2

Since October 2021, neither the studio nor the company has confirmed the release date of Gakuen Babysitters Season 2, so here we will discuss what factors are taken into consideration for an anime series that deserves the next season.

The main thing is the acceptance of high popularity and stories that are loved by many fans. Not infrequently anime that achieves high popularity will quickly get the next season. With the increasing popularity of the rights, it also increased the sales and revenue of the animated series.
Actually, Gakuen Babysitters itself includes animated series that are popular in Japan as well as for anime lovers who are not in Japan.

In addition to popularity, there is another factor that affects an anime series to immediately get a follow-up season is the adequacy of the material to be animated. Gakuen Babysitters is an adaptation of a manga, so the anime’s source material comes from the stories depicted in the manga. The manga series with the same title began publishing in 2009 and published 20 volumes last year.
Fans of this anime still have hope of getting Gakuen Babysitters season 2 because the studio still has stock of material for this anime.

The animated story in the first season includes only 15 volume adaptations of the stories in the manga. Although it looks like it covers a lot of volume, but in the animation there are some scene panels that are omitted. Until we can speculate that the studio actually has sufficient stock of material for Gakuen Babysitters season 2.

Despite being a popular series and having sufficient stock of story material, the news of the release of Gakuen Babysitters season 2 has not been confirmed yet.

Gakuen Babysitters Season 2: Characters and Cast

Gakuen Babysitters Season 2
CharacterCast
Hayato KamitaniYūichirō Umehara
Ryuuichi KashimaKōtarō Nishiyama
Kotarou Kashima Nozomi Furuki
Usaida YoshihitoTomoaki Maeno (Platinum End)
Taka KamitaniYuuko Sanpei
Saikawa KeigoDaisuke Ono

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Gakuen Babysitters Storyline

Gakuen Babysitters Season 2

Starting with the character Ryuuichu as a high school student who was left alone by his parents who died in a plane crash, he has a little brother, Koutaro. Then they were both adopted by an academy director who also lost his family in the plane crash. The story goes on until Ryuuichu’s condition is that in order to get housing and school facilities, he must be a babysitter at the kindergarten when he is free from his activities. In the kindergarten it tells the cuteness of the children.
Fans will be presented with pleasant graphics and refreshing stories, so they never get bored watching it.

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