The wonderfully comedic and incredibly animated Komi Can’t Communicate is returning for a second season! Scheduled to begin broadcasting in Japan from April 2022, we’re still waiting to learn when the series will return to Netflix, and whether episodes will be released weekly.
Komi Can’t Communicate is an internationally licensed Japanese Netflix Original anime series adapted from the manga of the same name by author Tomohito Oda. Ayumu Watanabe is the director and OLM animations.
Shouko Komi starts her first day of school at a highly regarded private high school. She quickly rises through the ranks thanks to her stunning looks, long stature, and black hair. However, she’s terrible at communicating and scares away other students. Hitohito Tadano, another student, realizes Shouki's poor communication skills and has not had one friend. He makes it his top priority to make Shouki a hundred friends in order for her to overcome this communication disorder.
Netflix Official Renewal Status: Renew (Last Updated 28/02/2022).
As early as December 21st, 2021 it was announced that the second season of Komi Can’t Communicate was on the way, and will begin airing in April 2022.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the anime has been renewed, the manga is extremely popular, and to date, 24 volumes have been published in Japan.
Netflix was a huge success with the series, and it is only the second weekly anime Original.
Thanks to the release of a key visual, we know that Komi Can’t Communicate returns for the second season in Japan on April 6th, 2022.
Netflix subscribers will get the first episode just a few more weeks later. It will release on April 27, 2022.
The first season included 73 chapters. The anime covers 342 chapters at the time this article was written. This means the manga has barely scratched the surface.
Given what’s mentioned above, we would expect to see at least 4 or 5 seasons at the minimum, so subscribers may have plenty to look forward to in the near future.
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