The second trailer and extra cast for the second season of the television anime based on Kore Yamazaki’s The Ancient Magus’ Bride (Mah Tsukai no Yome) manga were released on Thursday. The video unveils and previews JUNNA’s “Dear,” the second opening theme song.
The newly announced cast for the season includes:
- Daiki Yamashita as Violet St. George
- Minami Tanaka as Jasmine St. George
- Mari Uchiyama as April Atwood
- Miki Natsutani as May Atwood
- Kousuke Toriumi as Narcisse Maugham
- Mami Koyama as Liza Quillyn
- Sayuri Sadaoka as Lizbeth Sargant
Check out the new trailer of The Ancient Magus’ Bride here:
The anime will still include casts from the previous season which include:
- Atsumi Tanezaki as Chise
- Ryōta Takeuchi as Elias Ainsworth
- Kouki Uchiyama as Ruth
- Aya Endo as Silky
And many more
On March 11, Tachikawa Cinema City’s Cinema Two in Tokyo will host an early screening of the first episode of the second season as well as the original short “Fuyu no Okurimono” (Winter Gift). JUNNA and staff members will be present.
The animation will premiere on Tokyo MX on April 6 at 10:00 p.m. in Japan. JST before being shown on BS11, Sun TV, KBS Kyoto, and AT-X. In Japan, the series will be available on Amazon Prime Video and Hikari TV.
Crunchyroll will broadcast the anime globally, except in Asia, and characterizes it as follows:
Chise was able to accept Elias and herself, if not necessarily everything about her situation. After Cartaphilus fell back into a slumber that would not last forever, Chise was able to go back to her regular life. Then she receives an invitation from a mutual aid organization for mages called the College.
Under the British Library exists a secret society of mages. Encounters and interactions with people are about to open some new doors
The anime will adapt the manga’s “Gakuin” (College) arc, which debuted in May 2018. In March 2019, the cast and crew of the original television anime reunited to create a promotional film for the arc.
Previously, the manga inspired a television anime that debuted in Japan in 2017. Crunchyroll aired the series in Japanese with English subtitles, while Funimation aired an English version. In 2017, a prequel original video animation (OVA) series named The Ancient Magus’ Bride: Those Awaiting a Star was created based on the manga. In 2019, Funimation released all 24 episodes of the television series with the OVA on home video.
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